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From church to shop and back: God never left the building
From church to shop and back: God never left the building
For 70 years services were held twice a week. But numbers dwindled to two and it closed. Then 12 years later praises once again raised the rafters
Keeping the faith
Keeping the faith
Organised religion, which tells us to believe in invisible things, does not tackle real suffering
Finding G-d in small things
Finding G-d in small things
Orthodox Judaism’s rituals can provide divine connection, even in a Highveld thunderstorm
You lose some, you love some
You lose some, you love some
'So even as the pain constricts our being, the world prises us open, forcing us to feel the sunshine that is other people'
‘There is no power on earth that can compare with religion’
‘There is no power on earth that can compare with religion’
Sello Hatang, the chief executive officer of the Nelson Mandela Foundation says Madiba was fiercely private about his religious convictions.
Pastors heed the homophobic call
Pastors heed the homophobic call
Restricted by the NGK, gay people follow their calling by starting their own churches
The gaze of upward-facing dog
The gaze of upward-facing dog
Your self-worth can’t help but be buoyed by a pet’s love – the universal spirit in furry or feathered form
A playlist for ukubuyela amid sites of displacement
A playlist for ukubuyela amid sites of displacement
The spatial displacement of black people extends itself into the spiritual.
The case for regulating religion
The case for regulating religion
No faith should be immune from consequences for harming or even wilfully deceiving its followers
And God said: Let there be football
And God said: Let there be football
With substantially more followers than Christianity’s 2.3-billion, the beautiful game is a religion all of its own

This year's God Edition explores all the unlikely places people have sought, or lost, God – and where to find Her

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