Sino-US relations & the Asia Pacific
11 January 2012 8:44 PM | 1 Comment
Dr Aaron Friedberg discussed how the changing dynamics of Sino-US relations will impact the Asia Pacific regionRead More
Press Conference on Ministerial Salary Review
04 January 2012 1:48 PM | 1 Comment
Committee recommends removal of Pension Scheme and 30% cut to Cabinet salaries.Read More
LTA shares findings of inspection of N-S & E-W lines
19 December 2011 1:43 AM | 3 Comments
Transport Minister shares the findings of visual inspection of the affected SMRT train tracks.Read More
LTA on 3rd MRT breakdown this week
18 December 2011 7:41 AM | 2 Comments
The disruption of the North-South Line on Thursday and Saturday exhibits "worrisome" similarities.Read More
SMRT responds to media on North-South Line breakdown
18 December 2011 5:26 AM | 2 Comments
Catch SMRT's press conference on its biggest service disruption on video here.Read More
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Questions Inquiring City Harvesters Need to be AskingPosted on June 27, 2010 | 2 CommentsIf you belong to a megachurch with a larger-than-life pastor on the preaching circuit or if your church is trying to sell you an ambitious building project, you may need to be asking some questions. Don’t let anyone tell you that you should just sit down and simply trust in the leadership.
Of YouTube and SalesmenPosted on June 24, 2010 | 2 CommentsAt one point of our lives, we may come across salespersons who would promote their products to us the consumers. Basically, their main aim is to convince us to buy their products. They claim that their products benefit us. Some go a step further, especially in instances where there are competing product brands.
Speak Up or Be Spoken For!Posted on May 5, 2010 | 7 CommentsOne year after the AWARE saga, there are more ordinary Christians who, having experienced first-hand the cost of sudden hurt and distrust, feel unafraid to express their disagreements with ideas that threaten a common space of citizenry.
Four out of six MOE sex-ed vendors are Christian organisationsPosted on May 4, 2010 | 4 CommentsBy merely leaning on an obvious Christian formulation of sexual morality, there is not just a flagrant disregard for how complex and varied the world operates with various other codes and conventions peculiar to different cultures and polities, it also entrenches students in a myth that there can and should only be an absolute morality, and in this case, one conspicuously espoused by Christian traditionalists.
Religion and pluralism in a divided worldPosted on March 22, 2010 | 16 CommentsPublic lecture by Anwar Ibrahim at the London School of Economics, March 18, 2010. Click 'play' to listen to the audio recording of the speech (which includes a Q&A session). The speech transcript is available below.
Is Singapore a secular nation?Posted on March 22, 2010 | 6 CommentsA gentle civil society can only be promoted with legislation that ensures that no one crosses the line inciting religiously motivated violence. The removal of the said legislation will accomplish nothing but establish the country as fertile ground for religious tribalism.
Christian to Christian: Collective RepentancePosted on February 27, 2010 | 4 CommentsBy Gwee Li Sui. When the social climate has become so toxic that murmurs of Christians being "at it again” recur, we should be vigilant and have an answer. What we cannot ignore is the damage the controversies are already doing to our collective identity as Christians.