Writing in the wake of another mass shooting in the US, JAMIE D ATEN, executive director of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College and spokesperson for anti-gun violence advocacy Prayers & Action, looks at the connection of growth and suffering...

US Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE, in an article first published on Religion News Service, looks at lessons from sex abuse scandals in the Catholic and now Southern Baptist churches...

US Christian writer, historian and speaker JEMAR TISBY says its time for Christian leader to take stock of their past in light of the recent controversy over a photo depicting Virginia Governor Ralph Northam dressed in 'blackface'...

Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE, in an article first published on Religion News Service, calls for change in the Catholic Church's US seminaries...

In an article first published on The Conversation, MATHEW SCHMALTZ, associate professor of religion at the College of the Holy Cross, looks at the concept of The Great Commission...

Social work lecturer KELLY DEVENNEY, in an  article first published on The Conversation, writes about what happens to young asylum seekers after they turn 18 in the UK context...

US history professor KRISTIN KOBES DU MEZ, in an article published by Religion News Service, writes about the, at times fraught, debate over the meaning of the word 'evangelical'...

In an article first published on The Conversation, KYM SHEEHAN, senior lecturer in law at the University of Sydney, reflects on the findings of Justice Kenneth Hayne's inquiry into the banking industry...

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...

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