Roundup: Nuclear weapons, animal cruelty, Ingleburn 100, Red State, climate change, visual arts, same-sex weddings
Ask anyone if they can imagine a world without nuclear weapons, and as polls indicate, most will say they can. This is true even in countries that possess nuclear weapons according to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons or ICAN, a new civil society initiative dedicated to the hope of a nuclear free world.
Church inaction over animal welfare compounds animal cruelty, Professor Andrew Linzey, a theologian at Oxford University says.
Ingleburn’s original Methodist church will celebrate a century of service to the community this month.
Kevin Smith’s attempt to vilify Christian fanaticism ends up lauding the comforts of religion.
Christians march in Manchester on the eve of the Conservative conference to ask the coalition to live up to its promise to be the ‘greenest government ever.’
The image of Christ in the visual arts is a history of reverence, wonder, and controversy.
US military chaplains can lead same-sex wedding ceremonies on and off military bases, the Pentagon announced Friday, in a move that closely followed the repeal of a ban on openly gay service members.