Against the backdrop of the Super Bowl in the US (being played as we publish this article), PAUL PUTZ, in an article first published by Religion News Service, looks at how "character coach" Jack Easterby has made a difference as a chaplain at the New England Patriots...

In an article published on Religion News Service, CHARLES C CAMOSY, board member of Democrats for Life and author of 'Beyond the Abortion Wars', expresses alarm over recent shifts in abortion laws in some states...

Writing from London, MAL FLETCHER argues that new laws are part of the answer to issues surrounding the use of social media but that it also opens "huge opportunities" for educators and church leaders...

In an article first published on The Conversation, NICHOLAS GRUEN, adjunct professor in the University of Technology Sydney's Business School, calls for a rethinking of Australia's awards system ahead of Australia Day...

In an article first published on The Conversation, the University of Sydney's PETER HOBBINS says it's time we commemorated how the Australian community came together to fight the Spanish flu...

In an excerpt from his latest book, 'The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism', JEMAR TISBY says Christians must take "courageous and urgent action to correct historic wrongs and their ongoing ramifications" when it comes to racial justice...

Ahead of the yet-to-be-announced federal election in Australia, NILS VON KALM urges Christians to use their vote to impact the lives of others...

US Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE, in an article first published on Religion News Service, on why next month's Vatican meeting on the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church is set to fail...

In an article first published by Religion News Service, SCOTT MCCONNELL, executive director of US firm LifeWay Research, looks at the findings of a new survey showing an increasing number of young people citing politics as the reason they left the church...

In an article first published on The Conversation, REBECCA RIST, associate professor of religious history at the University of Reading, looks at the question of papal infallibility...

In an article first published on The Conversation, PAUL ALEIXO, of Sheffield Hallam University in the UK, celebrates cartoon hero Tintin, "one of Belgium's great gifts to the children of the world"...

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