Ian Harris profiles a global initiative promoted by leaders of various nationalities and faiths - the Charter for Compassion.
Faith and reason
Rather than self-assertion, Jesus requires self-denial, writes Adam Dodds.
It's been open season for flicking away the few remaining public signs that this was once a Christian country.
New Zealanders have this week been celebrating the fact that on September 19, 1893, New Zealand became the first country in the world to recognise and enshrine in law the prerogative of women to...
"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.
Secularists would do well to acknowledge the place of Christianity in their heritage, suggests Ian Harris.
Ian Harris reflects on the thoughts and beliefs of "post-Christian" English author and journalist, David Boulton.
What makes a person truly great? Stu Crosson suggests it is more about "character" than "achievements".
G. K. Chesterton once wrote this of the English society of his day, something which I dare say is as true of we Kiwis as it was of them, "Religious liberty might be supposed to mean that...
Alex Gale ponders the uniqueness of mankind.
Mormonism has made Republican Mitt Romney more fit, not less, to be president of the United States, Peter Morici believes.
As the university year begins, Richard Dawson writes that knowledge is never an end in itself.
Ethical norms are central to a wholesome view of life and to protecting the planet, Ian Harris believes.
World View columnist Gwynne Dyer writes that there are yet more reasons to be aware of our cosmic insignificance.