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One World, One Poem; Many Voices, One Vision

25 Mar 2021  |  Author: Satendra Nandan  | Theme: The Arts, Sciences and Culture; Religions and dialogue

There’s no culture which does not have the sound of poetry. Every religion is really a poetic creation that makes it divine and soars our spirit to reach the sun through crucifixion and resurrection. The darkness of Good Friday disappears in the rising rays of the Easter Sun.

Nuclear disarmament is not going to happen: the case for signing the Nuclear Weapons Prohibition Treaty

22 Jan 2021  |  Author: Peter Hooton  | Theme: Civil society and politics; Public theology and ethics


An American Tragedy: the Crisis of Conscience by Satendra Nandan

03 Jun 2020  |  Author: Satendra Nandan  | Theme: Civil society and politics; Public theology and ethics

An article in the Fiji Sun on the recent killing of unarmed African American man George Floyd.

Review: Leaning Into Spirit

06 May 2020  |  Author: Bishop Philip Huggins  | Theme: Public theology and ethics; Religions and dialogue

Review of Leaning into the Spirit: Ecumenical Perspectives on Decision-Making in the Church Editors: Virginia Miller, Bishop Stephen Pickard, Archbishop Emeritus Sir David Moxon. (Palgrave Macmillan 2019).

How do we decide who gets the ventilators?

29 Apr 2020  |  Author: Genevieve Jacobs  | Theme: Public theology and ethics; Civil society and politics

When we discuss global pandemic history, it’s most often the Spanish Influenza. But victims of a much more recent pandemic say COVID-19 raises deeply rooted concerns about who receives treatment and on what basis.


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