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Opinion

Column

November 2005

It's possible that newcomers to our pews will actually want something new

By Muriel Duncan

Column

October 2005

One faith, many shades of meaning

By Donna Sinclair

Column

September 2004

The refugee on your doorstep is really your neighbour, and deserves to be treated as one

By Muriel Duncan

Column

June 2004

It's up to us to make clear that not all Christians are cut from the same cloth

By Muriel Duncan

Column

June 2004

This church is great at blue-skying. It's our follow-through that we need to work on.

By Muriel Duncan

Column

May 2004

Rivalry spreads like weeds when two churches try to out-garden each other

By Muriel Duncan

Column

April 2004

In a culture that shouts, choosing to turn down the volume is a prophetic act

By Muriel Duncan

Column

March 2004

Whether we eat to live or live to eat, we need to keep food in perspective

By Muriel Duncan

Column

February 2004

Here and around the world, grandparents remain a cherished part of family life

By Muriel Duncan

Column

January 2004

Lively debate is a staple of our letters section because it's a staple of the United Church

By Muriel Duncan

Column

January 2004

It's going to be a busy year for justice-seeking churches

By Muriel Duncan

Column

December 2003

All Millie wanted for Christmas was peace and quiet. What she got was rather different.

By Muriel Duncan

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Editorials

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Observations

by David Wilson

A perfect send-off

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Video

ObserverDocs: A Tale of Two Cancers

by Observer Staff

Catherine Gordon's October 2017 feature for The Observer, 'A tale of two cancers,' recently caught the eye of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders and his Washington, D.C.-based team, and inspired a short documentary. Gordon talks about the experience of writing the article and participating in the film.

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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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