/January 2001 Articles

ROOTS AND REMEDIES

Charles Moore reflects on the current dilemmas of Christians A QUESTION I've spent countless hours pondering over the years is "how did Western society lose its Christian ethos over such a short interval?" Actually, while this phenomenon seemed to happen [...]

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IN THE BLAKE MIDWINTER

Anne Gardom visits an epic exhibition THE WILLIAM BLAKE exhibition at the Tate is almost dauntingly large and comprehensive. His huge range of creativity was so interesting and complex, and covered such a wide range of disciplines and techniques, that [...]

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DEVOTIONAL ARTICLE

Christmas is for Children "CHRISTMAS is for the children". At least this is the excuse for parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles and all the rest of the family! We would not bother for ourselves of course, but you have to [...]

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BEGOTTEN OR MADE?

Anthony Bell considers some moral dilemmas ABORTION BESIDES taking the life of the baby, damages the conscience of the mother." , said the late Mother Theresa of Calcutta. It is also fundamental to my perception that the role of the [...]

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LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA

The Big Picture HISTORICALLY SPEAKING, Australians have never been noted for their willingness or even their ability to stand back and study the big picture. But over the last couple of years there has been a fair bit of philosophising [...]

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COMMENT

How wonderful, in other circumstances, it would have been to wake up on each day leading up to Christmas, to find the front pages, and many more besides, of our newspapers covered with pictures and stories of the Madonna and [...]

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