Fans clamor for new series
This book is amazing on a number of levels.
‘Israel is not the problem’ - a Christian voice on…
The UN Security Council move is 'bad for Christians, Muslims and Jews'.
The treachery of divorce
It looks to be a way out of our misery, but bitterness never fails to follow.
A nine-year-old boy is spreading a ‘contagion of mass delusion’
What 'feels right' isn't always right.
Nat Hentoff, civil libertarian, human rights champion, passes on
The practically peerless legend leaves his great defense of life to others. What a challenge
Africa in 2017
The direction it takes this year will be determined by how it handles the crises of last year
Everyday heroes: the real-world meaning of our most popular stories
Even Marvel teaches us about vice and virtue.
What can we do about fake news that would not diminish real news?
Critics of 'fake news' should go to China --- only the government has the right to post fake news.
Why are conservative politicians so good-looking?
Right-wing politicians are winning elections because they have a "beauty advantage", according to European social scientists.
Angry social media posts are never a good idea
Here's how to keep them in check.
The clouded crystal ball
Why didn’t a society of idlers emerge after productivity soared because of computing?
Does fake news make a difference in politics?
Or is the term just sour grapes from journalists and politicians who misread the electorate?
Why are US spooks so afraid of RT?
It is the Kremlin’s principal international propaganda outlet, say intelligence officials. So what?
What is fake news? Do we actually believe it?
Most of the magazines in your supermarket peddle it week after week
Euthanasia: it’s a long, long, long way down
One way to get rid of slippery slopes is to deny that they exist
Hollywood dramatizes a harrowing Japanese novel about persecuted Christians
Shusaku Endo’s masterpiece, Silence, is dark but powerful
New Congress quick to focus on abortion
Planned Parenthood is doubling down.
Obama’s farewell bash
Celebrity parties in the White House tell American voters that they probably made the right choice.
Young readers have a new heroine
A bright new series for beginner readers
Euthanasia: no one is ever satisfied
Bit by bit 'onerous' safeguards are shed
Reframing Pope Francis
His critics need to adopt a new approach
Fairies take up residence in local garden
A beautiful fantasy picture book.
The continuing saga of efforts to deny the heartache of…
A new journal article is a primer on the abuse of science.
Our pick of the films of 2016
MercatorNet’s nominations for the best entertainment of the past year
Christmas is not for Christians
Even if the French Council of State thinks it is.