The Malta Independent 21 July 2018, Saturday

Letters

Speaking of volumes

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 12:13 Last update: about 6 days ago

The current figures in the tourism sector are very encouraging. There is a shift from quantity to quality and, as a country, we must take every opportunity to meet our commitment to this prosperous...

The exercise for a happy death

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 08:26 Last update: about 6 days ago

Some time ago, I gladly participated in the exercise for a happy death, which Salesians practise monthly to continue persevering in their journey of fidelity to God, the Church and the children and...

The date that changed the world

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 08:25 Last update: about 6 days ago

Man’s recorded history, that dates back to just over 5000 years, does not compare well to the evolutionist paradigm that the ascent of man forms part of their concept that life on earth has...

Why not ask them explain where the money came from?

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 08:24 Last update: about 6 days ago

In Pakistan, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been handed a jail sentence because of what the Panama Papers revealed and because he and his family could not explain where he got the money to buy...

Matsec’s Advanced Matriculation Physics exam

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 08:23 Last update: about 6 days ago

I am writing with reference to Joseph Rapa’s letter (TMIS, 8 July) on the Advanced Matriculation Physics examination of 28th April, in which he mentioned 30 points which he referred to as...

The deceiving undercurrent

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 08:22 Last update: about 6 days ago

The enactment of the recent IVF Bill was the culmination of a string of laws which strike a discordant note with our traditional Christian heritage. Therefore, whatever is said or done, it seems like...

Is it really the end of an era for Angela Merkel

Sunday, 15 July 2018, 08:21 Last update: about 6 days ago

Despite the forces in the EU and her coalition partners at home arrayed against her, Angela Merkel is a formidable lady who must never be underestimated. The German  chancellor is facing strong...

What makes a monster and what makes a man?

Sunday, 8 July 2018, 10:18 Last update: about 13 days ago Mark Josef Rapa

If the opinion of the majority is driven by lack of basic understanding of the core issue in a discussion, or worse, by impulsive emotive responses, there is a risk that what would be acted and...

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