Murray Rae asks if justice has been served at Ihumatao.
Faith and reason
Outrage and a rush to judgement dominate the space opened by Israel Folau's tweet about homosexuals and hell. Ian Harris asks: What does that tell us about ourselves?
You can live with contradictions and setbacks, and life can still sparkle, writes Jenny Beck.
Katie Mercer reflects on new semesters, new perspectives and ancient texts.
Abolishing abortion is a worthy moral goal, says Ian Harris. The question is how to get there.
What is hate speech, asks Richard Dawson.
Languages and all our cultures have equal value and can be used to praise God, writes Paul Treblico.
Today the House of Islam occupies a space somewhere between the old world and the new, say a current and a former muslim, and choices must be made. Ian Harris reports.
It is time we listen to God, writes Ivan Grindlay.
New Zealanders must resist the divisions created by intolerance of diversity, writes Don Moffat.
Behind the waves of terrorist extremism afflicting the world today lies a pathological dualism, writes Ian Harris.
Religious freedom goes way beyond expressions of tolerance, writes Peter Sara.
Is there hope?, asks Christopher Holmes.
If they are us, asks Ian Harris in the wake of the Christchurch mosque massacres, who, now are we?
This weekend, my eldest son gets married to the love of his life. He is the first of our boys to marry, so my wife told me she had to get a new dress and my suit, which is 30 years old, just won't do!
Churches in New Zealand have a long history of taking strong positions in the public square on social justice.
"Our Father" in the Lord's Prayer has had a chequered journey, Ian Harris suggests that today it works best as a springboard for meditation.
Dunedin has a great pace of life. My old home city of London is quite different, writes Adam Dodds.
Ron Gilder ponders Christianity and its role in society.
Let's talk about joy, writes Lynne Taylor.