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We have the knowledge but we lack the will

We have the knowledge but we lack the will

The real problem facing the environment is a spiritual one, writes Nicholas Holtam, from the meeting of eco-bishops in South Africa

Growing from the same seed-bed

Growing from the same seed-bed

Christian liturgy can unwittingly fan the flames of anti-Semitism, warns Jane Clements

The difficulties of follow-my-leader

Jane Shaw explains the background to the recent US theological-college disputes

The Church, the ballot-box, and Mrs Thatcher

The Church, the ballot-box, and Mrs Thatcher

As an election looms, Eliza Filby traces the Church of England's changing political face from Faith in the City to Feeding Britain

Celebrating the DNA of the C of E

Celebrating the DNA of the C of E

We should recognise that diversity of opinion is key to our survival, argues Edward Probert

To be or not to be in the Middle East

There is no simple solution to the dilemma facing Arab Christians, says Gerald Butt

Held in the hollow of God’s hand

Held in the hollow of God’s hand

A recent experience of serious illness gives David Bryant a new appreciation of dependence

Showing faith in our global under­­s­tanding

Showing faith in our global under­­s­tanding

We should resist the BBC's charter renewal until it demonstrates its commitment to taking religion seriously, argues Roger Bolton

Lord, have mercy upon our misery

Lord, have mercy upon our misery

The language of our liturgy has implications for our mental health, suggests Eva McIntyre

Learning in the lowest place on earth

Richard Chartres reports on the recent gathering of religious leaders in Jordan

After the bad and the ugly — good economics

After the bad and the ugly — good economics

There is an alternative to old Left and Right economic ideologies, and the Church knows what it is, says Maurice Glasman

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Poet who crossed frontiers

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To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of T. S. Eliot, Martyn Halsall examines the writer's work in order to map his spiritual journey  Subscribe to read more

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Fri 27 Feb 15 @ 12:23
The man named as Islamic State executioner 'Jihadi John' attended a C of E primary school in West London http://t.co/lrAMWtvZt7

Fri 27 Feb 15 @ 11:44
Barnabas Aid Int Board "saddened" by verdict on Dr Sookhdeo. Resignation to be reviewed after 3 mths. Full statement: http://t.co/rmswDsnEOM