Ethics

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Big Questions

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- World Views [18]

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- Christianity [330]
- Hinduism [4]
- Islam [19]
- Judaism [10]

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Ethics

- Business [8]
- Medical [12]
- Sexual [18]

Society & Politics

- Belief [132]
- Contemporary Society [303]
- Economics [24]
- Education [10]
- Environment [12]
- Justice [101]
- Politics [60]

History

The Arts

- Film & TV [66]
- Literature [35]
- Other [21]
- Visual Arts [9]

Lives of Faith

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Image: Gay and celibate: sexuality, identity, and the church

Gay and celibate: sexuality, identity, and the church

Dr Wesley Hill talks about same-sex attraction, singleness and marriage, and spiritual friendship.

Image: Religion is part of our rich tapestry

Religion is part of our rich tapestry

John Dickson makes a case for the importance of Special Religious Education in schools.

Image: Life and Faith: Gay and celibate

Life and Faith: Gay and celibate

Dr Wesley Hill talks about same-sex attraction, singleness and marriage, and spiritual friendship.

Image: Hollywood and freedom of speech

Hollywood and freedom of speech

Three new films make a strong case for freedom of speech - but is it the one we most need to hear?

Image: Monday Matters

Monday Matters

Does faith have anything to say to our experiences of success and fulfilment - or boredom - at work?

Image: Zoe’s Story: where life begins and ends

Zoe’s Story: where life begins and ends

Helen Thomas shares the story of the short life of her daughter Zoe.

Image: Disability and humanity

Disability and humanity

Vaughan Olliffe on our ambiguous relationship with disability and the value of every life.

Image: Baby Gammy and the complexities of moral outrage

Baby Gammy and the complexities of moral outrage

Barney Zwartz reflects on surrogacy, disability and double standards.

Image: Collective Memory: dementia, identity and community

Collective Memory: dementia, identity and community

John Swinton speaks to CPX about the challenges posed by the growing number of dementia sufferers

Image: Lies, Love & Hitler

Lies, Love & Hitler

Elizabeth Avery Scott discusses Dietrich Bonhoeffer and contemporary ethics

Image: Life and Faith: Helen Thomas

Life and Faith: Helen Thomas

Helen Thomas shares the remarkable story of her daughter Zoe's short life.

Image: Development Economics: finding hope for the poor

Development Economics: finding hope for the poor

Catherine de Fontenay discusses the challenges involved in seeking to care for the poor.

Image: Marriage: what it means and why it matters

Marriage: what it means and why it matters

Sherif Girgis on why we need to establish what marriage is before we discuss who can get married.

Image: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Megan Best discusses the ethics of reproductive medicine.

Image: The Ethics of Business

The Ethics of Business

Dr Jennifer George talks about social responsibility, relational capital and business ethics.

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