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Ahead of the May local elections, The Methodist Church has launched guidelines for churches that find themselves represented by a councillor from an extremist party.
Peace and justice means more than political expediency, argues Timothy Seidel - and behind the fashionable rhetoric of 'two states' for Palestine/Israel lie some highly dubious agendas.
We need to ask deeper questions about the 'punishment and reward' theology of targets, markets and excellence that has come to dominate health policy, suggests Savi Hensman.
Both the Easter story and recent political dramas in the Middle East highlight deep questions about power, says Colin Morris. They show that the power of life is about persuasion.
The ethnic and religious diversity of Sri Lanka's world cup cricket team is a helpful contrast to the violent sectarianism that has blighted its politics, says the Bishop of Colombo
International development agency Christian Aid has joined forces with environmental broadband TV channel, green.tv.
Tony Blair has casued controversy by claiming that a spate of knife and gun murders in London is being caused by a distinctive section of the black community.
Christian aid agency Tearfund has launched a report aimed at helping the development community adapt to the reality of climate change.
In solidarity with an appeal for prayer from Catholic bishops in Zimbabwe and the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference, the peace movement Pax Christi International is calling for prayer and action for the people of Zimbabwe this Saturday.
Labour's John Battle has become the first MP to respond to a challenge by a Catholic aid agency, to live more simply.