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- Contemporary Society [303]
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Lives of Faith

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Image: The role of faith before the firing squad

The role of faith before the firing squad

Simon Smart considers what Andrew Chan's faith gave him in life, and when facing death.

Image: What do we make of finding religion in foxholes?

What do we make of finding religion in foxholes?

The immediacy of war can make people more open to realities they usually ignore in peacetime.

Image: Life and Faith: Holy War?

Life and Faith: Holy War?

CPX takes an unflinching look at claims that religion is a major cause of war and violence.

Image: Is belief in Christ a dangerous idea?

Is belief in Christ a dangerous idea?

Many people believe more is going on in life than what we can see and touch and measure.

Image: Life and Faith: Miracles in an age of science

Life and Faith: Miracles in an age of science

Can we still take stories of the miraculous seriously - whether ancient or modern?

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: Miracle stories

Miracle stories

Professor Craig Keener argues for the credibility of miracles – both past and present.

Image: Our daily lives are filled with faith that may be unjustified

Our daily lives are filled with faith that may be unjustified

Both religious believers and market experts base their beliefs on evidence - but also on the heart.

Image: The church must confront domestic abuse

The church must confront domestic abuse

Churches should urgently consider commissioning a study into domestic violence in their midst.

Image: Why Stephen Fry’s Complaint Against God is Unconvincing - if you’re a Christian

Why Stephen Fry’s Complaint Against God is Unconvincing - if you’re a Christian

Evil, suffering, and faith: John Dickson walks us through the logic of the Christian position.

Image: Fry v God: the comedian’s concerns aren’t new

Fry v God: the comedian’s concerns aren’t new

Simon Smart responds to Stephen Fry's remarks about God and suffering that went viral.

Image: Public Faith: how religion can contribute to the common good

Public Faith: how religion can contribute to the common good

Yale theologian Miroslav Volf on why pluralistic democracies should welcome voices of faith

Image: Why theology matters even if there’s no god

Why theology matters even if there’s no god

Even if there is no god theology still offers great insight into modern thinking.

Image: The complexity of disbelief

The complexity of disbelief

Simon Smart reviews Nick Spencer's Atheists - The Origin of the Species

Image: Ending religion won’t end the conflict

Ending religion won’t end the conflict

Michael Bird on why the problem of evil is not just a religious one but a human one.

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