Despite the current and historical challenges presented to the Church by scientific progress, there remains great potential for dialogue between religion and science.
James Hanvey SJ explores some of the issues that must be considered if we are to become responsible producers and discerning users of the media.
Anthony Meredith SJ explores the life and works of the man who left a great legacy to the Church in the form of his seminal writings and the theological vision he expressed in them.
Paul D. Murray explores key elements in a fundamental theology of dialogue and points to their implications for our understanding of Catholic truth. He indicates the challenges presented by dialogue to our ways of living and being as Church.
In the second part of his series on Thinking Faith, Paul D.
In the first instalment of a three-part series, adapted from his lecture at the 2008 Living Theology summer school at Ushaw College, Paul D.
What do we need to do in order to live a good life, and why should we want to do this?
James Hanvey SJ explores the growing popularity of ‘fantasy epics’ and what this tells us about the challenge of communicating the Gospel in a culture that has become disenchanted with Christianity.
What exactly is the aim of interreligious dialogue, and what hope does it offer? Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran argues that if we are realistic about our differences and can respect the beliefs of others without compromising our own faith, believers of different backgrounds can together help to prevent the world from turning its back on God.
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