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Features

Ripples of forgiveness

When Terri Roberts heard the news that her son had carried out a suicide shooting in an Amish school, her world was shattered. But the extraordinary forgiveness of those who had lost children was soon to change everything.

READ MORE Published April 2016

In retreat

Simon Jones takes some time out in East London and Alison MacTier suggests some low-cost visits.

READ MORE Published April 2016

Shakespeare’s uncertain voyage

He’s the most celebrated playwright in the English language, but what were William Shakespeare’s spiritual beliefs? In the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death, Christopher Jackson takes a closer look.

READ MORE Published April 2016

A hymn to bees

As the first shoots and blooms appear, Clare Bryden welcomes the returning buzz of bees , and takes a year-round look at the complex threats to these and other pollinators so necessary to the interconnected web of creation.

READ MORE Published March 2016

What Jesus really said about sex

Remember the verse where Christ told men not to objectify women? Or stood up for intersex people? Symon Hill combs the ‘upside-down Bible’ for radical guidance on sexuality, gender equality and other issues.

READ MORE Published March 2016

A toe in the water of ministry

Ted Harrison samples the taster courses available for those considering ordained ministry

READ MORE Published March 2016

Somewhat dated

In a wired world, the way we meet partners or lovers has changed beyond recognition in a generation. Maddy Fry offers some practical advice for believers from the world of internet dating in all its mainstream, Christian or occasionally esoteric variations.

READ MORE Published March 2016

Somewhat dated

In a wired world, the way we meet partners or lovers has changed beyond recognition in a generation. Maddy Fry offers some practical advice for believers from the world of internet dating in all its mainstream, Christian or occasionally esoteric variations.

READ MORE Published March 2016

Obey the sadness

Lamentation is a core faith tradition, but many of us struggle with the idea that God might accompany us in times of tragedy. SARAH BESSEY is learning the hard way that there are times when we need simply to make peace with our despair.

READ MORE Published January 2016

Obama's faith journey

CHRISTOPHER JACKSON tracks the true beliefs of the 44th President at the start of his final year in office.

READ MORE Published January 2016