Posts Tagged ‘ religion ’
The latest census shows there are now more people living in Wellington City without religion than there are who believe in Chrisianity.
Four Jewish Americans reflect on politics with ERIN KAVANAGH-HALL about their pre-election concerns at home and in Israel.
Similarities between Islam and Maori culture are leading more Maori to embrace Islam, reports MOHAMMAD NAZAYER.
Candidate tosses in his own question for opponents.
Interfaith youth community organises candlelit gatherings.
Muslim author says he can’t afford to fund another print run.
NewsWire reporters dress in Muslim garb to test curiosity.
Wellingtonians lap up sound of roots and reggae music.
Spreading the good word, atheist style, KYLIE KLEIN NIXON examines why she chooses not to believe.
Research shows Pacific ‘smacking culture myth’ wrong.
What happens on Sunday evenings at Presbyterian St John’s in Wellington is unconventional, writes SABRINA DANKEL.
Wellington Association remembers massacre in Iraq.
Fellow students understand the need for prayer.
A cervical cancer vaccine has raised heated debate among religious groups. So what do New Zealand’s Catholics think of Gardasil? SARAH CODDINGTON finds out.
Catholics divided on whether Gardasil encourages promiscuity.
I have almost always considered myself an atheist. I have never considered myself religious.
But, due to a story I’m writing, I spent the majority of this last glorious Sunday at a Mormon church.
Now I’m listening to Make Yourself (Incubus album about how you should think for yourself), trying to regain my scepticism. And my good sense.