Op-Ed

 

The religious roads leading inexorably to a Syrian apocalypse

ISIS views the war in Syria not as a struggle against Assad, but as the apocalypse which will usher in the return of the Madhi and the defeat of the anti-Christ by a Muslim Jesus, writes Jules Gomes

 

The serious fight for truth

As Robert Fisk interviews the doctor at the Douma clinic in Syria who claims the injuries were caused by dust, Gavin Ashenden questions our own Establishment’s reliance on propaganda.

 

Syria, censorship and ‘The t/Times’.

Gavin Ashenden questions The Times' cheerleading for war in Syria

 

Former Nigerian govt minister denounces Welby's ties to the Buhari regime

"You should bow your head in shame and ask God for forgiveness," writes former Aviation Minister, Chief Femi Fadi-Kayode

 

Why Christians must rub salt in society’s wounds

The church becomes irrelevant precisely when it marries the zeitgeist 

 

Contention 2: "Taking sweet counsel together”

The second installment in Prof Stephen Noll's series on the Anglican way

 

Bishops, blackmail and the child benefit cap

Sixty bishops have turned their mitres into begging bowls on behalf of the would-be parents of Great Britain.

 

Police, music, faith and insanity.

When the state goes mad and doesn’t know it.