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The year 2007 will be the 200th anniversary of William Wilberforce leading the battle to end the transatlantic slave trade.
The realisation that God's longing for our love is as great as our longing for his and the role of prayer
OK, I draw the line at Big Brother — and I’m ashamed of my sneaking weakness for I’m a Celebrity, get me out of here!, in which a group of celebs eat creepy crawlies and brave snakes in the Australian jungle.
Hennie de Pous reads a controversial report on Islam, and concludes that its critics were missing the point.
For the first time I recognised my addiction, the constant habit of blaming myself because of my inadequacies.
We all need to step out of our respective intellectual ghettos and say, ‘I am open-minded’, according to Professor Tariq Ramadan.
Some days my sense of nothingness and being a nobody is as addictive as my sense of really being something and somebody.
Jerusalem is a city with many layers: the Roman occupation, the Christian Crusades, the Arab Caliphates, the Ottoman Empire and the British mandate.
At the end of last year I heard someone, who is strongly opposed to the war in Iraq, say that he would more readily trust someone like George Bush, who thinks he is accomplishing God's will, than someone with no religion at all.
Elsa Vogel tells Paul Williams why those who have suffered have so much to give.