Tag: secularism

  • Loving our children and grandchildren

    We are all conscious of the seriousness of climate change. What we are doing now will have serious implications for future generations – our children and grandchildren. Children who have contributed the least to the climate crisis will pay the highest price. Higher temperatures will leave many families living in poverty with less food, less […]

  • Our lives have meaning

    A global survey conducted by The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development of 15-year-olds in 79 countries revealed that UK young people came second from last in ‘the meaning of life’ index. Teenagers in the UK are among the least likely to agree with the idea that “my life has clear meaning and purpose.” Although […]

  • Finding faith and hope

    In 2018 President Xi of China was reappointed with no time limit. His new personal power and the enhanced role of the Chinese Communist Party has led to the persecution of virtually every major religious group within China. ‘Unofficial’ church buildings have been demolished and entire Christian congregations have been arrested, Tibetan Buddhists have been […]

  • Jesus came that we may have abundant life

    The visit of the Pope to the UK has been in the news. His visit has been surrounded by controversy, but his presence and his speeches have brought spiritual and moral issues to the fore. Some prominent individuals have taken the opportunity to attack the privileges they say are enjoyed by some churches in what, […]