MARK SILK, in an article first published on Religion News Service, looks at US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's record on cases involving religion...

KATELYN BEATY, in an article first published on Religion News Service, looks at the benefits of an interdisciplinary approach to America's opioid crisis... 

In an article first published on The Conversation, TOMAS BOKEDAL, associate professor in New Testament at NLA University College, Bergen, in Norway, looks at the origins of the Bible as a text...

US religion and politics commentator JACOB LUPFER, in an article first published on Religion News Service, says US President Donald Trump's focus on evangelical Protestants - and especially those who support him unconditionally - is problematic in many ways...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, SHANE CLAIBORNE and DON GOLDEN express their astonishment that evangelical leaders did not seem to have raised the plight of persecuted religious minorities at a special dinner with US President Donald Trump this week...

In an article first published on The Conversation, JOVANA STANISLJEVIC, a professor at the Grenoble École de Management in France, looks at what's really going on behind the headlines when it comes to the world's appetite for, and production of, chocolate...

MAL FLETCHER, writing from London, says it's time churches take seriously the potential for mental health issues among their leaders...

In an article first published on The Conversation, CAROLYN M WARNER, associate director of graduate studies and a professor at Arizona State University, argues that canon law is part of the problem when it comes to holding priests accountable for abuse...

In an article first published on Eureka Street , FRANK BRENNAN, CEO of Catholic Social Services Australia, finds consolations and abiding concerns in the Liberal Party vote that led to the ousting of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull...

In an article first published on The Conversation, Australian academic ROB MANWARING, of Flinders University, looks at what how Scott Morrison might approach the role of Prime Minister... 

In an edited version of a speech presented at the Tasmanian Prayer Breakfast this week, CLAIRE ROGERS, CEO of World Vision Australia, talks about a new campaign - #KidsOffNauru - in which more than 30 organisations are demanding all children on Nauru be removed by 20th November...

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