Over the past few years, the transgender phenomenon has exploded into the public consciousness. Most have rapidly adjusted their understanding of gender. But a significant minority remain opposed to this redefinition. As a Christian, I'm sometimes asked, how would Jesus respond...
'How can I be happy in work?' is one of the most important questions the average Londoner is asking about life. Have we all been placing too much emphasis on being successful?
Traditional dating is dead. The proliferation of dating apps is part of a wider trend: we’re rejecting monogamous, committed relationships for short-term casual encounters. We’re told we no longer start dating to find the one, but to find the next one to spend the night with. But is this true? Has sex really replaced love?
Money makes the world go round.’ So sang Liza Minelli in the 1970s hit Cabaret. When we get down to it, many of us measure our life, our happiness and even our future prospects by our wealth. Why is money so important to us?
Why have we seen an explosion in self-improvement literature in recent years? If increased ambition and our tendency to compare ourselves are behind this trend, where does this leave us? How do we cope with being increasingly dissatisfied with ourselves?
It's February and you're back on the booze and burgers. Did that January juice cleanse change your life?
As we’ve grown up, the assumption that more choice brings greater happiness has been written into the fabric of the world around us. But is this really true?
Our hypocrisy allows us to paint a more positive picture of ourselves than reality. Not only are we kidding ourselves but we also end up disconnected from God.
The primary way we understand someone to be trustworthy is not by what they say, but how they live. We’ve all met people who might claim to be whiter than white, but when you dig beneath the surface and see into the nooks and crannies of their life, they’re just as imperfect as the rest of us. So simply claiming to be trustworthy isn’t enough — we need to see it in someone’s behaviour.
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