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Faith

Feature

February 2006

More Voices

By Donna Sinclair

songs in a new key

Feature

February 2006

John Burton's journal

By John Burton

a coastal presence

Feature

December 2005

One faith, many shades of meaning

By Donna Sinclair

Feature

June 2005

Staying with the struggle

By Trisha Elliott

Feature

May 2005

Held by a God who hurts too

By Bruce Mcleod

Feature

June 2004

The greatest myth ever told

By Donna Sinclair

Feature

April 2004

The Resurrection

By Peter Short

life stirred up out of the dust

Feature

February 2004

In the pulpit and isolated

By Jocelyn Bell

Feature

January 2004

A new generation, a new need to discern our call

By Donna Sinclair

Feature

January 2004

To journey, to discern

By Donna Sinclair

Feature

January 2004

Waiting for whispers, searching for signs

By Peter Short

Feature

January 2004

In search of a theology that fits

By Donna Sinclair

Feature

January 2004

Weaving the fabric of faith

By Mike Milne

Feature

December 2003

Who is it that we see at Christmas?

By Keith Howard

Announcement

New Observer editor and CEO, Jocelyn Bell. Photo by Lindsay Palmer

New editor named

by Observer Staff

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Editorials

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Observations

by Jocelyn Bell

We’ll miss you, David Wilson

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Video

ObserverDocs: My Year of Living Spiritually

by Observer Staff

Anne Bokma left the Dutch Reformed Church as a young adult and eventually became a member of the United Church and then the Unitarian Universalists. Having long explored the "spiritual but not religious" demographic as a writer, she decided to immerse herself in practices — like hiring a soul coach, secular choir-singing and forest bathing — for 12 months to find both enlightenment and entertainment.

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Society

November 2017

Trump country

by David Macfarlane

A northern Alabama county voted almost unanimously for Donald Trump in 2016. One year later, the writer, together with photographer Nigel Dickson, travels there to try to understand why.

Faith

November 2017

Involuntary pilgrim

by David Giuliano

The return of a tumour sets David Giuliano on a path he calls his ‘Camino de Cancer’

Faith

October 2017

A tale of two cancers

by Catherine Gordon

One year after the writer discovered she had breast cancer, her sister in California received the same diagnosis. They both recovered, but their experiences were worlds apart.

Society

November 2017

Trump country

by David Macfarlane

A northern Alabama county voted almost unanimously for Donald Trump in 2016. One year later, the writer, together with photographer Nigel Dickson, travels there to try to understand why.

Faith

November 2017

Involuntary pilgrim

by David Giuliano

The return of a tumour sets David Giuliano on a path he calls his ‘Camino de Cancer’

Faith

November 2017

Grey matter

by Trisha Elliott

Is consciousness just a function of the brain — or something more?

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