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Come the Resurrection…?

by Rosie Dawson

20/04/2019 10:08

Associate Research Fellow Rosie Dawson reflects on the fire at Notre Dame and sex trafficking in New York—and warns against moving on too soon. The Pope may have to take a bit of a back seat this year. Of course, the TV crews will be there at the Colosseum for the traditional Stations of the […]


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Oscar Siu, a PhD student at the School of Divinity, History and Philosophy in the University of Aberdeen, argues that the provision of Christian school education in China needs to be urgently rethought. In Britain, concern about indoctrination in faith schools and academies runs high. Recent years have seen a growth in the number of […]


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Tell the truth and act as if the truth is real

by Matthew Stemp

22/03/2019 14:19

In this extended article, William Temple Scholar Matt Stemp urges us to see how radical honesty is changing the landscape of climate activism. Funeral processions marching through town centres. Students occupying US governor’s buildings. Children, teenagers, and teachers striking from school. Declarations of open rebellion against national governments. Local councils declaring a global emergency. Welcome […]


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