Cancer can offer an opportunity to prepare for death by sorting priorities and living at depth, writes Ian Harris.
Faith and reason
Peter Sara notes that Islam, unlike Christianity, was founded by a warrior.
Our postmodernist ears are firmly glued shut, writes Peter Matheson.
We need a more informed approach to understanding Muhammad, writes Ali Mamouri.
Why do our New Year's resolutions fail, asks Mark Smith.
What is the ''Good News'', Alan Firth asks.
Maurice Andrew considers, as Christmas approaches, what peace on Earth might mean for us today.
As a human creation, the God-symbol can and does evolve, writes Ian Harris.
God is defined by looking at Jesus, Dr Adam Dodds asserts.
Some within the Progressive Christianity movement are wondering whether their cause is quite the full package after all, writes Ian Harris.
The Ven Stuart Crosson combines politics and religion.
The Catholic Church is set for a year of dialogue, reflection, and quite possibly, change, after taking an official first step, says Joseph Curran.
Where there is no humanity, it is rotten religion, writes Ian Harris.
Ideology is not vision, writes Ian Harris.
Politics should help people to contribute as much as possible, writes Richard Dawson.
Ian Harris examines the Sea of Faith Network.
The Hebrew prophet Isaiah envisioned Israel as ''a light to other nations''. But nobody talks way now. Ian Harris writes.
The parallels between our present times and the ''last days'' make sober reading, writes Ivan Grindlay.
Echoes of the message of the Gospel of John still resonate, writes Ian Harris.
Maurice Andrew links World War 1 horses with wolves, lambs, justice to the poor and peace.