God, the world and us
Poems for justice
How the ancient prophet Micah still speaks to us today
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2 September: Competition or cooperation?
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16 September: What do we want from life?
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- Sexual ethics
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Tag Archives: Sexual ethics
The recent revelations of sexual abuse horrify us, particularly when the victims were children. It is one thing to feel horrified, another to respond in a constructive way. Much of the public response has sounded to me like Guardian readers … Continue reading
Steve Chalke’s new video analyses the New Testament ‘clobber texts’ on homosexuality in the light of artefacts reclaimed from under the volcanic lava at Pompeii. If you want to see lots of artistic representations of male genitals and sex acts, … Continue reading
Is the Christian obsession with same-sex partnerships declining? Outside the churches people are puzzled why it is such a thorny issue. It is to be discussed (again!) at a conference on 10th-11th April, hosted by Oasis. Oasis is the organisation … Continue reading