Strangers or Friends: A Proposal for A New Spirituality-in-Medicine Ethic

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Meditation in a Toolshed

C.S. Lewis In this brief but profound essay Lewis uses a simple analogy to differentiate between two valid and complementary ways of knowing: looking at a beam of light and looking along it. He famous...

The Vindication of Humanae Vitae

Mary Eberstadt A must-read for non-catholics. Forty-years after Humanae Vitae, Eberstadt shows the prophetic voice of this important work. From Ed. That Humanae Vitae and related Catholic teachings ab...

Health is Membership

Wendell Berry Berry is a poet, essayist, novelist, and farmer from Kentucky. After reading work like this, you will realize that he is also something of a prophet. Wonderfully helpful for thinking ab...

I’m Not a Saint, Just a Parent

Simon Barnes In a moving extract from a new book to mark Mencap’s 60th birthday, the Times chief sports writer Simon Barnes describes life with his five-year-old son Eddie, who has Down’s syndrome...

Abortion, Theologically Understood

©1991 Taskforce of United Methodists on Abortion and Sexuality, Inc. Downloaded Nov 26, 2012 from lifewatch.org/abortion.html Foreword Serious theological and moral reflection during a session of a U...