November 2, 2020

Health or economy: which to protect?

So Britain is back into lockdown! It’s a controversial change. For some it was overdue. For some it is an infringement of human rights. For some […]
October 30, 2020

Augustine Tanner–Ihm: How Long O Lord?

The problem of suffering is the age-old question for many people in the world. If there is a loving God, how can there be pain and […]
October 30, 2020

Rev Dr Miranda Threlfall-Holmes: Communion, Tangible and Virtual

There’s been a lot of discussion among Anglicans over the past few months about the nature of the communion we share, when we do it online. […]
October 21, 2020

Assisted dying: time to change the law?

On 8th October the British Medical Association announced the result of the largest ever survey of UK doctors on assisted dying. Although it formally opposes a […]
October 20, 2020

Professor David Clough: What’s Christianity got to do with farmed animal welfare?

The question of UK farmed animal welfare standards has been placed in the spotlight by the end of the Brexit transition period, the passage of the […]
October 15, 2020

Lorraine Cavanagh: Ministry in a Virtual World

For those in public ministry, the business of how we are received is as important in the world of the virtual as it is in real […]
October 6, 2020

Is capitalism compatible with Christianity?

Is capitalism obligatory now? Are its opponents so extreme that their writings should not be taught in schools? Yes, according to the Guidance document published by […]
September 25, 2020

Sex and the Church’s past

If you are following the Church of England’s agonisings over same-sex partnerships and the Living in Love and Faith project, you’ll be interested in Giles Goddard’s […]
September 11, 2020

Water from a tap is a convenience: water from a spring is a miracle

I owe the title to Juliet Du Boulay’s study of traditional village life on a Greek island 50 years ago, before the people adapted to modernity. […]


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