Humans Tag Archive

Family

Perfection comes in all shapes and sizes …

(7 minute read)
Sarah Costerton offers a powerful insight into the joys and challenges of welcoming a child with Down syndrome into the family.

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History

Discovering feminism’s roots

(9 minute read)
Jennifer E. Morel follows the trail of the feminist movement and is surprised to find herself journeying back to the ancient Greeks, the beginnings of Christianity and the Middle Ages.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

When things aren’t always black and white

(6 minute read)
Adam Brocklehurst offers a biracial perspective on Meghan-gate.

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LifestyleThought-provoking

Frankl and his shadow

(6 minute read)
John-Luke Harris urges us to examine the line that runs through our own hearts to find the source of good and evil in the world.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Giants, faithful soldiers, morons, moral cowards and the truly wicked

(6 minute read)
Benedict Rogers invites us each to consider where we stand in the face of tyranny.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

A new way to promote human rights

(8 minute read)
‘Covenantal pluralism’ might not be the catchiest of terms but it could be a key approach to help human rights flourish around the globe, argue W. Christopher Stewart, Chris Seiple and Dennis R. Hoover.

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COVID-19Family

A world without hugs…

(4 minute read)
Marie McCoy explores the sadness of a world deprived of the sense of touch.

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COVID-19HistoryThought-provoking

Time to make peace with nature … but how?

(7 minute read)
Richard Bauckham ponders the great challenge to creation posed by our everyday destructiveness.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Crackdown in China: it’s time to end the silence on human rights atrocities

(11 minute read)
While the world looks away, atrocities committed by the Chinese Government grow ever-more serious. Benedict Rogers asks readers to confront the horrifying reality of life in modern day China for ethnic and religious minorities.

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HistoryThought-provoking

To be or not to be: the triumph of Logos or why Hamlet was right all along

(11 minuet read)
Can anything really explain everything? Dominic Swords examines a book which thinks it has found the answer.

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