Tag Archives: Religion

Witham House to be converted into multi-faith centre

(Photo: Kay Clark)

Witham House is to be converted into a multi-faith and meditation prayer centre, it has been announced. Jon Ashby reports.

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Homosexuality and Islam – a match made in heaven?

Homosexuality and Islam - a match made in heaven? Photo: Jeremy Vandel and Charlie Nguyen

Most universities have LGBT societies and many cities host Gay Pride events. However, for some Muslims homosexuality is the biggest sin of all.

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Life in Kenya: ‘every day is a struggle’

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Jack Dobson, The Linc‘s news editor, spent a month in Kenya living with the famous Maasai tribe. Here’s his account of life in the third-world.

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Christian Union breaks bread with Lincoln students

Students can enjoy some free food and discuss religion at the Library Bar this week. Photo: Rob Wells

The University of Lincoln’s Christian Union has been running events all week, trying to encourage other students to ask questions and talk about their faith.

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Christian? Muslim? Jew? Atheist? It’s Inter Faith Week

How much do you know about other faiths? Do you have a faith of your own? It’s Inter Faith Week, a new scheme to aid understanding of eachother’s religious beliefs, or lack thereof.

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Two abortions at 19: time for sex education reforms?

Has sexual education been failing us? Alex Colman tries to untangle the situation and finds out about Holly, who had two abortions by the time she was 19, and why England has the highest teenage pregnancy rate in Europe.

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Sarah Palin: The War Creationist?

It’s a worrying reflection on American society if a “pitbull with lipstick” masquerading as the voice of the average mother can get within reach of the most powerful job in the world.

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