Can faith help us to make sense of the reality and horror of war? Roger Dawson SJ looks to the theology of Johann Baptist Metz to ask how we can speak about God in a world of conflict.
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is looking at formalising Parliament’s role in conflict resolution. Joe Egerton urges the Committee to apply the insights of St Thomas Aquinas to this task.
In recent weeks, questions over the legitimacy of possible military intervention in Syria have given rise to a lot of discussion about Just War Theory. What does Just War Theory actually say?
Jesuit theologian Michael Paul Gallagher offers a quick map of 'Lumen Fidei', highlighting a few points of interest, and encourages readers to explore the whole text.
Dr Sarah Jane Boss looks at the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, which ‘honours the whole human person, body and soul’.
Have you put your religious beliefs to the test at ‘Battleground God’? Philosopher Martin Pickup did just that, but he did not come away victorious. He describes how the simplification of discussions about religion can lead to a combative relationship between atheists and believers.
John Moffatt SJ highlights the key themes of Lumen Fidei in this guide to a document, 'that continues a conversation with a sceptical modern audience, a conversation that Benedict XVI began and Francis is taking forward'.
Professor Rachel Blass follows her presentation of the psychological approaches to faith by asking why it is important for religious believers to engage with even the most critical of these models.
Sigmund Freud was born on 6 May 1856. Professor Rachel Blass describes the ways in which Freud and other psychologists typically address the phenomenon of faith.
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