How many civilians are dying in the final assault on Mosul?
Unimaginable suffering in a 'Stalingrad in the desert"
The Genevan Psalter: Calvin’s musical reformation
And its seedbed in the Catholic French court.
Bernie’s religious test is bad for all believers
A Muslim defends religious pluralism in the public square.
The Islamic crisis of reason
The God of Islam does not have to be reasonable.
The magical appeal of Harry Potter
Twenty years ago youngsters were hooked. Why?
Canada’s new human rights law: use trans pronouns or else
Few Canadians realize how seriously their new anti-discrimination statutes infringe upon freedom of speech
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Worse than the best Pirates installment but still better than the worst.
Glamorous and carefree or unmarried and lonely?
Rethinking the single life.
In its ethical cookbook, medicine needs more than autonomy
If autonomy is given priority in ethical inquiry, it spells the end of ethics
Reforming the WHO: can the first African General Secretary be an agent for change?
Or is the WHO already a spent force?
Multiculturalism: all good - right?
And is large scale immigration the only answer to population decline?
Transgender puberty blues
Parents of transgender kids have enrolled them in a dangerous experiment
Too many young people think life is a reality show
The Michelle Carter case should give us pause.
While Europe battles terrorists, Syrian cities are immersed in terror
Malleable human nature: the black hole of culture
To be strong, families today must build their own culture.
The world as 100 people.
Some recent statistics to make you feel grateful.
A Dutch euthanasia pioneer surveys the wreckage and despairs
Safeguards for the mentally ill and the demented are slipping away
As demographic winter sets in, the world will need far more palliative care
A British study shows that the world is far from prepared
The Grenfell Tower tragedy: a disaster waiting to happen
When professionals fail ordinary citizens.
‘Freedom of choice’ implies options
The abortion movement offers only one. Some choice!
Prepare for new golden age of audio drama
Big names are flocking to podcasting.
Man can ‘create’ resources
How farmers turned manure into mattresses for cows.
Transgender laws threaten to erase women
If a man can assert that he is a woman, then women lose their hard-won privileges
Super special fathers of specially needy children
On Father's Day, let's honour the dads of special needs children.
The economic-demographic tightrope in Asia
The IMF is concerned about medium-term growth in the region.