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‘Christianity is not dead’

As Easter approaches, Ron Ferguson argues that Christianity will not disappear in Scotland as humanity continues to seek meaning in life.

IF I had a fiver for every conversation that began, “I don’t believe in God, but...” I’d be able to drive into Kirkwall every day in a brand-new Mercedes, instead of a battered old Ford.

These conversations most often begin after a wedding or a funeral, when libations have been taken and tongues have been loosened. Most clerics will recognise the scene I am talking about.

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Inside this month’s issue we have an unexpected Easter Feast, Jolyon Mitchell considers the impact and influence of art in telling the story of Emmaus and opening eyes. Tim Porter highlights the work of the Halo Trust, a charity involved in a key project to improve access to the site of Jesus' baptism.