Sojourners' JIM WALLIS and ADAM TAYLOR pay tribute to US civil rights giants John Lewis and CT Vivian...

In an article first published on The Conversation, ANNA BIGELOW, associate professor of religious studies at Stanford University, looks puts the recent move to declare the Hagia Sophia a mosque in its historical context...

MAL FLETCHER, writing from London, reflects on the rise of what he calls 'hot response culture' and why there's a better way forward...

ROSIE KENDALL, CEO of CAP Australia, argues that churches have "a unique opportunity to regain public faith by taking action to help people crippled by debt post-pandemic"...

In an article first published on The Conversation, academics MICHAEL FAKHRI, of the University of Oregon, and NTINA TZOUVALA, of Australian National University, look at why cheaper food isn't the answer to the world's hunger crisis...

Sojourners' founder JIM WALLIS, in an article published on Religion News Service, argues that tearing down symbols - like statues celebrating Confederate leaders - isn't enough but such moves can send clear messages about personal and national memory - and about future possibilities...

Art historian ANNA SWARTWOOD HOUSE, in an article first published on The Conversation, looks at the history of portrayal of Christ as a white European...

In an article first published on The Conversation, Durham University researchers MOHAMMAD FEISAL RAHMANand HANNA A RUSCZYK look at how a coronavirus lockdown impacted food security in one Bangladeshi community...

US Catholic commentator CHARLES C CAMOSY, in an article first piblished on Religion News Service, responds to an AP investigation into money loaned to Catholic organisations through the US federal Paycheck Protection Program...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, JOSEPH D'SOUZA, founder of Dignity Freedom Network, explores why the coronavirus pandemic represents a moment to "rethink" the traditional framework in which missionaries are sent overseas...

TOM ZOELLNER, author of a new book about the end of slavery in the British Caribbean, looks at the impact of Elizabeth Heyrick in the battle for the abolition of slavery...

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