Immigration: Distinguishing heat from light
(8 minute read) Lisa Fraser attempts the impossible by offering a non-partisan approach to immigration. Read on and see if you can spot your own prejudices.
When life means life
Sean Wild looks at the seamless garment theory which may unite anti-abortion and anti-capital punishment activists in a new way.
Religions should work together to promote world peace
(5 minute read) We offer below an abridged version of Pope Francis’ extraordinary speech at the The Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions in Kazakhstan earlier this month.
Editorial: The barriers of insecurity
(2 minute read) The walls we build usually denote weakness rather than strength, argues Joseph Evans.
Editorial: Down with the D word
(2 minute read) We must try to overcome division in all its forms, urges Ronnie Convery.
Editorial: The bystander effect
(2 minute read) Tascha Von Uexkull argues that a key aspect of wisdom is knowing how to discover the good in others and not just focus on the bad.
The age of ambition
(5 minute read) Michael Kirke warns of the poisonous side effects of the ancient drug of ambition.
Quit judging others
(2 minute read) Nicole Law recommends the habit of looking at context before we jump to conclusions about other people.
Telling the truth about refugees
(6 minute read) Mia Taylor warns that too much emphasis on numbers can inadvertently dehumanise the plight of those in need of welcome.
The reluctant admiration of genius
(4 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst offers a starkly honest review of the exhibition Lucian Freud: Real Lives at the Tate Gallery in Liverpool.