In an article first published on Religion News Service, SCOTT HILDRETH, of the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in the US, looks at questions raised by the death recently of US Christian John Allen Chau on the remote North Sentinel Island...

MAL FLETCHER, writing from London, says it's time for politicians to explain what the deal between the UK and EU over Brexit really means...

In an article first published on The Conversation, HAYDN AARONS, of the Australian Catholic University, looks at the difference in musical tastes of Christians and non-believers and the factors behind that...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter and co-creator of the innovative “Hymns for Hunger” Tour, ANDREW GREER says Thanksgiving is a chance to advocate for the US role in alleviating hunger around the world...

Against the backdrop of a state election to be held this Saturday in the Australian state of Victoria, ROB STARY, of Melbourne-based criminal law firm Stary Norton Halphen, argues that measures with which restrict or remove judicial discretion are "inconsistent with the rule of law"...

In an article first published on The Conversation, LUIS GÓMEZ ROMERO, of Australia's University of Wollongong, takes a look at why members of the "human caravan" of Central American migrants may not wish to remain in Mexico...

US academic and author CHARLES C CAMOSY, in an article first published by Religion News Service, argues that medical professionals have an obligation to remain opposed to physician-assisted suicide...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, CHRISTA BROWN, board member of the Child-Friendly Faith Project, and DAVID CLOHESSY, former director of SNAP, argue for the US to hold a national inquiry into clergy sex abuse similar to Australia's recent Royal Commission...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, JEMAR TISBY, president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective, says Christ's church provides a "beautiful bulwark against bitterness"...

US Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE, in an article first published on Religion News Service, looks at whether a split is possible within the Catholic Church...

In an article first published on The Convversation, RICK SARRE of the University of South Australia, says it's time we paid tribute to the thousands of Australia's "largely forgotten" conscientious objectors...

Sponsors

VISION BIBLE COLLEGE

 

See your business or event listed here for an introductory price from just $1.50 a day or from $20 a month on the Sight Directory (see below). Inquiries to [email protected]

sight plus logo

Sight+ is a new benefits program we've launched to reward people who have supported us with annual donations of $26 or more. To find out more about Sight+ and how you can support the work of Sight, head to our Sight+ page.

SUPPORT SIGHT FROM

JUST $1 A MONTH

SIGHT giving large

TAKE PART IN THE SIGHT READER SURVEY!

We're interested to find out more about you, our readers, as we improve and expand our coverage and so we're asking all of our readers to take this survey (it'll only take a couple of minutes).

To take part in the survey, simply follow this link...

Sight Directory

OPPORTUNITY INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA

Opportunity International Australia

Opportunity International Australia gives the most marginalised families in developing countries the tools to lift themselves out of poverty. ...

We're building a directory of organisations and businesses - The Sight Directory

Church help

The Sight Bookclub

The Next Person1

For December, 2018, and January, 2019, we're reading Mitch Albom's The Next Person You Meet in Heaven, sequel to the best-selling 2003 novel, The Five People You Meet In Heaven. To buy the book, follow this link The Next Person You Meet in Heaven. To buy The Five People You Meet in Heaven, head here.

To register your group (and receive our discussion notes via email) and for more details about how the club works, head here...

Praying

WANT TO FUEL YOUR PRAYER LIFE? SUBSCRIBE TO SIGHT'S FREE WEEKLY PRAYER UPDATE