IS extremists hate everything the popstar represents. She is an independent young woman with a mind of her own and thousands of loyal followers keen to follow in her footsteps.
Cadbury Centre Honorary Associate Dr Tanya Riches and Kabi Kabi/Gureng Gureng/Torres Strait Islander woman Larissa Minnieconn addressed the Christian Media & Arts Australia on 17 May 2017 under the theme of “Legacy,” presenting a future vision for the Australian church. In particular, they spoke honestly of the lack of representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait … Continue reading “Tanya Riches talks about the lack of representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander in the Australian Church”
This is the first in a series of posts on Sikhism, written by Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal, Senior Lecturer in Sikh Studies at the University of Birmingham.
The attack on Manchester is part of a pattern of attacks from the Nail Bomber in Soho to the attacks in Bali to Paris based on a false totalitarianism that insists that the world cannot be shared with ‘others.’
This article was originally written for the Church Urban Fund blog and published there on May 9, 2017.
Cadbury Centre Honorary Fellow Dr Heather Buckingham writes about the General Election campaign. While the election seems to be dominated by fear, Buckingham suggests that it can be approached in a different way, loving, rather than fearful.
This article was originally published in The Berkley Forum on May 8, 2017. It is based on a talk Professor Cesari gave at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University on May 8, 2017.
Professor Jocelyne Cesari argues that the fear of Islam in France is fuelled by three political and cultural factors: War on Terror, Salafization of Islamic thinking, and French laicite.