By Harmeet Singh
Sikhs have stepped up efforts to help people in need during the coronavirus pandemic, as an act of service ‘seva’, an essential part of faith.
In this time […]
By Minreet Kaur, 13 April 2020
We are three weeks into lockdown and I feel quite strange inside because the biggest Sikh festival Vaisakhi would be taking place today. Vaisakhi […]
By Andrew Brown
All over Britain, people are praying for the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, after he was admitted into the intensive care unit of St Thomas’s Hospital, London, last […]
By Linda Woodhead
When faced with a biblical plague, the British turn not to God but the National Health Service. It is our national religion, the one thing sacred. It […]
Leo Devine, former Head of BBC South West, reflects on the new Sunday worship service to be broadcast on all 39 BBC local radio stations during the coronavirus pandemic, showing […]
Sophie Gregory, from the UK Baha’i Office of Public Affairs, describes how coronavirus means the Baha’i New Year ‘Naw Ruz’ is being celebrated online, but that resilience and hope, as […]
Andrew Brown, journalist and commentator, explores moral dilemmas in the face of the coronavirus. What is the right thing to do when the consequences cannot be seen or understood and […]
Andrew Brown, journalist and commentator, suggests German laws allowing assisted suicide rest on the principle that individual autonomy is an inalienable right – a metaphysical judgment based on the constitution.
Mark Hammond, former chief executive of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, says the 2019 general election campaign is the chance to ask politicians about their approach and principles to religious freedom. […]