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Home  >  Features  >  July 2020

Features

Looking Back

Looking Back

A regular dip into the archives.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: This Too Shall Pass

Emmanuel Kwame Tettey is a Research Fellow at the Akrofi-Christaller Institute in Ghana and soon to be a PhD student at Edinburgh University and reflects on the lessons learned.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: 'The Least We Can Do'

The Coronavirus Diaries: 'The Least We Can Do'

The Rev Graham McGeoch reports from Brazil, where the coronavirus has hit hard during a political crisis.

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SRT: Faith and Evolution

SRT: Faith and Evolution

Are faith and evolution in harmony?

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Caring For One Another in Christ

The Coronavirus Diaries: Caring For One Another in Christ

The Rev Peter Kaniah Kariuki, Secretary General of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa, tells how the church has fed more than 30,000 families during lockdown

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Youth Column: Through a Christian Lens

Youth Column: Through a Christian Lens

George Young, a student at New College, Edinburgh and member of Canongate Kirk offers his perspective on the threats facing Christianity worldwide

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The Coronavirus Diaries: A Time of Enrichment

Kasta Dip, Director of India Peace Centre, reflects on 95 days in Germany during the lockdown.

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Time in Between

The Coronavirus Diaries: Time in Between

The Rev Carola Tron, Moderator Mesa Valdense in the Iglesia Evangélica Valdense del Río de la Plata, reflects on how churches can respond to the changes brought by lockdown.

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