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Grey suits and lab coats – science is in need of a new renaissance
Science in the western world was once under the control of the Catholic Church. Now it is controlled through finance by government funding agencies, bottom lines and avoidance of risk by private organisations. What effect is this having on the practice of science?
"He who casts the first stone"
There is much said about racial vilification and the need for tolerance. This article asks the tough question: who cast the first stone when it comes to racial tension?
The deafening sound of war and peace
What if ‘peace’ as we know it is one huge illusion? The world in ‘peace-time’ is consistently becoming a more violent place to live in – this is no illusion, but a very real quandary. Could the Peace Treaties we sign be as damaging as the cannons of war?
Harmlessness – our true quality lost in a world at war
The world is at war, no matter which way we look at it. We are retaliating and fighting to ‘protect’ our ‘own’ borders. And yet does the power to end warring and disharmony lie in our very own hands?
Serge Benhayon TV – Universal Medicine and the Media
What was it about Serge Benhayon and his work that was perceived as a threat to the status quo of health and healing: are we truly free to offer services that benefit our communities? SBTV explores the repercussions of the lack of accountability in the media.
Female Genital Mutilation – A man’s perspective
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) – a man’s perspective. Stephen Gammack’s in depth article looks at the facts as well as the factors that contribute to this global crisis for women.
Shakespeare’s Richard III and The Winter of Our Discontent – a new take
Glorious summer or an insatiable winter of discontent – what will we choose? What made Shakespeare’s King Richard III a best seller of its time and still the most performed play in the 21st century?
What does corruption mean? This audio invites a deeper consideration than usual.