In a week when faith leaders have spoken out on the Embryology Bill currently before Parliament, and the think tank Theos launched a report urging caution in the church’s partnerships with government, Frank Turner SJ reflects on the
Bioethicist, Dr David Jones, examines the ethical issues behind the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill.by dealing with ten frequently-asked questions.
What does the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill actually propose? Agneta Sutton examines some of the most contentious measures and the ethical issues they raise.
When you hear of a natural disaster that claims thousands of victims, you can hardly be blamed for asking why. Jesuit astronomer, Guy Consolmagno, explores our ambivalent relationship with nature-in-the-raw in the third of his series for Thinking Faith.
As Christians continue to celebrate the Easter season, Sikhs all over the world have been celebrating the festival of Vaisakhi. Here Michael Barnes reflects on how such celebrations, with their rituals and their expressions of praise and
Professor Jack Mahoney SJ assesses the lasting contribution to Christian thought of Saint Anselm of Canterbury, an eleventh century monk who dies on 21 April 1109.
If the Christian faith is a ‘religion of the book’, a tradition handed down through the centuries, how are we to make sense of that book and that tradition when we speak today in a very different language? John Moffatt SJ explores the pl
In the second of his series of articles, Vatican astronomer, Guy Consolmagno SJ, traces how our understanding of the Universe has developed over the centuries, and the place of God both in this Universe and in this understanding.
Do faith and science operate in
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