Adam Dodds rejects the view that religions are more or less the same.
Faith and reason
Fundamental Right or liberal Left, Ian Harris examines the denominational differences that mark the US election.
Stewardship of resources, rather than social justice, is the key religious principle in the United States presidential election, writes William McKenzie.
Ian Harris considers the tension between where Christians' evolving faith is taking them and where their churches seem to be stuck.
New Zealand finds itself in desperate need of a moral reformation that will only be brought about by attending to the character development of our children, writes Stuart Crosson.
Producing goods for the free market while earning less than a living wage can mean a crushing unfreedom for workers, writes Ian Harris.
Religion in the United States election campaign is more a matter of values than denominations, writes Diane Winston.
Humility, tolerance and respect for others are core values in any religion worthy of the name, writes Ian Harris.
Richard Dawson reflects on the virtue of work, paid or otherwise.
Fr Brian Fenton believes the issue of gay marriage comes back to children and their need for both a mother and a father.
Ivan Grindlay contemplates indebtedness that goes beyond finance and explains how that debt is forgiven.
If the Catholic Church is ever to fulfil the promise of Vatican II, it will be the women who make it happen, writes Ian Harris.
Ethical norms are central to a wholesome view of life and to protecting the planet, Ian Harris believes.
Responding to last Friday's Faith and Reason about "The Emerging Church", Peter Sara asks what truths are central to the genuine membership of the body of Christ.
The spirit behind taking time out on the Sabbath is as pivotal to a rounded life as ever it was, writes Ian Harris.
Ian McMillan argues for a "middle way" to the central truths of Christianity.
Mark Smith asks why Jesus is still having an impact on millions of lives today.
Ian Harris argues the focus should not be on the scope of the words "marriage" and "civil union"but rather the substance of relationships.