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.
Faith and reason
Ian Harris reflects on the mystery of both our individual significance and insignificance.
Receiving the message of Easter involves understanding and making sense of the justice and mercy of God, writes Stuart Crosson.
Ian Harris believes the brave conscientious objectors, as well as our servicemen and woman, should be honoured.
Ideology is not vision, writes Ian Harris.
RichardDawson ponders the similarities and differences between New Zealand's extraordinary cricket win over South Africa and the Gospel's good news.
James Harding explains why the Bible should be taken seriously.
Is Easter really about Jesus being punished for the sins of humankind? Ian Harris doesn't think so.
Ian Harris writes that both the ''medieval'' religious attitude and many international corporates view nature as having no intrinsic value.
Christians can and must find our own do-able ways of serving God by caring for the beautiful Earth God created, writes Lynne M. Baab.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of a convulsion that split Europe — yet all the monk who triggered it wanted was a theological debate, writes Ian Harris.
With the election behind us and democracy in good heart, let’s move on to a new guiding story, urges Ian Harris.
Spirituality has emerged as a force on America's political left - and long may it prosper, says Ian Harris.
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!
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".