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Never before has the opportunity for discourse, and the challenge to its essential truthfulness, been greater.
There's a good article on Christian political influence (and lack of it) in Scotland today, in the Herald newspaper.
We've been slow in providing feedback on the trip to Tehran by 13 US Christian leaders, coordinated by Mennonites and Quakers.
A Scottish Christian group has contrived a novel way of asking whether the new Tory leader is for real.
Cherie Booth QC is to talk on restorative justice in the Gospels this Lent.
You can get the former Iraq hostage's book via Ekklesia, with proceeds going to peace and justice causes.
Maggi Dawn's new piece in the Culture and Review section, Getting angry for justice, reminded me of another book.
Anne Atkins is talking a lot of sense about prisons, and why they don't work.
Here on Ekklesia, we have good reason for knowing that women hold up half the sky.
God-gabbling is easy. A holy disposition towards life isn't.
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