god

“This is a metaphor, or a sign, of the work of the Prince of Darkness in obscuring the light of God’s truth.”
Centuries ago, celestial events such as eclipses evoked deep superstition.  And they still do for some people, as a Christian
Once again I must ask our Government to sit up and listen. We have, in Liverpool and across the northern region, talented and gifted politicians who care about creating better conditions for all. They must be given the resources to do so.
My son has been asking questions about God since he was four. It started during his most acute "but-why" phase. At his Catholic school in France - chosen more for its bilingual dimension than for its religious one - he heard many a biblical story cross-legged on the carpet.
The city of of Manchester is reeling. Broken. Bleeding. Hurting. Weeping. Grieving. Asking why. Why us? Why our children
He was put on this Earth to inspire, influence, spread happiness and bring joy to the masses. People flocked to witness the
Religion still has far too much prominence in the world today. It is the underpinning narrative of most major news stories
The latest efforts of some sections of the media to brand Oxford University a haven of over-zealous liberalism has forced
An Oxford University theological college has denied claims it asks students to refer to God using gender neutral pronouns