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Moving forward in trust, confident in adapting to the new

Moving forward in trust, confident in adapting to the new

In the coming era of women bishops, the Church will need renewed faith in God and in people, argues John Spence

Why I don’t take services now

Why I don’t take services now

Philip Welsh  explores retirement and being a priest without a cure of souls

Can Catholics back women bishops?

Can Catholics back women bishops?

Anglicans and others can apply theological arguments about the development of doctrine to the ordination of women, says Christopher Hill

Comedian tells Christians how it is

Comedian tells Christians how it is

The Church urgently needs a grown-up debate about theology, says Eva McIntyre

Heaven is an essential part of Christian faith

Heaven is an essential part of Christian faith

It may be unfashionable, but the afterlife is vital to the affirmation of a God of love, argues Rod Garner

A greater compassion

A greater compassion

Assisted dying: Next week, a new attempt will be made to relax the law. Richard Harries defends the present legal set-up

Meanwhile, further down the slippery slope

Meanwhile, further down the slippery slope

Assisted dying: The experience in Europe does not fill Jonathan Luxmoore with confidence

But what about terminal care?

Assisted dying: Poor treatment of the dying is skewing the argument, warns Trevor Willmott

About power as much as sex

Paul Vallely on the Rolf Harris revelations

Hurtful words

We don't need the law to intervene in online name-calling, declares Trevor Barnes

The chaplain: in the front line of youth ministry

The chaplain: in the front line of youth ministry

Despite being misunderstood by politicians and ignored by the Church, school chaplains' ministry is crucial, argues Gordon Parry

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Can Catholics back women bishops?

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Sat 26 Jul 14 @ 11:18
The FT explores @HTBChurch's church-planting in London. http://t.co/kxPlfMhjgM

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Is there an Anglican revival in London? The @FT investigates http://t.co/KuOZ4utBHM