Higgs Bosun & God: Uncomfortable Bedfellows?

It’s official! Two separate experiments run by CERN’s Large Hadron Collider have found a particle widely believed to be the Higgs boson, also known in popular culture as the “God particle”. First theorised a quarter of a century ago by the Edinburgh University physicist Peter Higgs, previous experiments have been unable to confirm its existence. … More Higgs Bosun & God: Uncomfortable Bedfellows?

Settlers for Peace – The Beauty of Non-violence

It was Martin Luther King Jr who once remarked: ‘At the centre of non-violence stands the principle of love’.  This short film by Journeyman Pictures – aptly named ‘Settlers for Peace’ – investigates love in action.  The Israeli and Palestinian, Jew and Muslim, seek to understand one another and to explore their different perspectives in … More Settlers for Peace – The Beauty of Non-violence

Is it Right to Censor Private Belief in the Public Sphere?

Doctors fear their private lives and personal beliefs will soon come under increasing scrutiny from regulators, as a Christian GP who prayed with a patient faces a formal hearing claims Martin Beckford, Health Correspondent for The Telegraph.  You can read the article in its entirety here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8769073/Doctors-fear-monitoring-of-private-beliefs-as-praying-GP-faces-hearing.html It seems to me that further intrusion into … More Is it Right to Censor Private Belief in the Public Sphere?

UK Inter-Faith Network Condemns Norwegian Attacks

 Statement by Co-Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the Inter Faith Network for the UK We are profoundly shocked and saddened by the tragic loss of life in Norway and the actions that led to this. We join with those around the world in offering to all affected our deepest sympathy and prayers. The individual arrested in … More UK Inter-Faith Network Condemns Norwegian Attacks