Arts and Culture

Book on ministry fails to gain traction

Books aimed at helping congregations and ministries respond to the presence of diverse cultures in society, and churches, are always welcome. Changing Lanes, Crossing Cultures

Churches together: Seeking common ground

This year we commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. It is significant, and a sign of the times, that a Roman Catholic publisher

Reconciling science and religion

Are science and religion compatible? Or are they locked in an implacable conflict? In his new book, a professor of particle physics, who is also

‘An extravagant goodness’

At 50, Catherine Stewart was diagnosed with a benign brain tumour and had to decide between surgery and radiation, each of which carried risks.

‘God Unseen, Seen in Love’

We were not previously familiar with the music of Canadian singer/songwriter Steve Bell; but we are ever so pleased to make his musical acquaintance now.

Testament to a life thoughtfully lived

As a student first of history and now of library and archival science, I am acutely aware of an existential crisis currently ongoing in both fields.

Nobody writes letters anymore.

Atheists can be spiritual beings, book argues

Award-winning Toronto architect Gerald Robinson is an adjunct professor of theology, in the divinity faculty at the University of Toronto’s Trinity College.

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