TIM NEU, interim president and CEO of Bible translation organisation Wycliffe Associates, looks at how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the work of those involved in translating the Bible around the world... 

SUSAN M SHAW, who was ordained as a Southern Baptist minister in 1993, reflects, in an article first published on The Conversation, on the history of women's ordination within the largest Protestant denomination in the US...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, Rev SHARON RISHER, whose mother and two cousins were among the nine people murdered by Dylann Roof in a mass shooting at a Charleston church in 2015, writes about why she doesn't want him to be executed...

In an article first published on The Conversation, UK academics SOPHIE WYNNE-JONES, IAN CONVERY and STEVE CARVER look at the idea of 'rewilding' and provide advice for those considering it...

CHERYL TOWNSEND GILKES, John D and Catherine T MacArthur Professor of African American Studies and Sociology at Colby College, writes about why the US must remember and address unresolved injustices like the race massacre which destroyed the Greenwood community in 1921...

In an article first published on Religion Unplugged, US writers and activists SHANE CLAIBORNE, DOUG PAGGITT, LISA SHARON HARPER, JEMAR TISBY and SOONG-CHAN RAH write about why they support Zondervan's moves not to publish a controversial Bible...

In an article first published on The Conversation, ANASTASIYA BYESYEDINA, a researcher at the University of Sydney, looks at the background to events in Belarus this week...

In an article first published on The Conversation, RYAN BURGE, assistant professor of political science at Eastern Illinois University, looks at the intersection between faith and TV news preferences in the US...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, US Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE says installing solar panels is "a great opportunity for religious institutions to do well while doing good"...

Writing from London, MAL FLETCHER looks at how the controversy surrounding BBC journalist Martin Bashir's interview with Princess Diana will impact public trust...

JIM WALLIS, founder of Sojourners, looks at US President Joe Biden's "transformative" plans addressing the "relief, recovery and rebuilding of American society"...

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.

The SIght Shop frontdoor

Sight Directory

KEN DUNCAN GALLERY

Ken Duncan Gallery

Ken Duncan is widely recognised as an iconic Australian photographer and the pioneer of limited edition photographic art in...

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

SUPPORT SIGHT FROM

JUST $1 A MONTH

SIGHT giving large

The Sight Bookclub

Seven Things I Wish Christians Knew About The Bible

In August and September, 2021, we're reading Australian theologian Michael F Bird's new book, Seven Things I Wish Christians Knew about the Bible...

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

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...