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Three steps towards a new, more equal world

Three steps towards a new, more equal world

The case against inequality is not only moral but also economic, argues Frances O'Grady, and that should be a winning combination

A continuing apostolic succession

A continuing apostolic succession

We shouldn't overlook the symbolic significance of episcopal ministry, argues Lucy Winkett

In the beginning was the Word

In the beginning was the Word

Rhetoric is essential to preachers as well as to politicians, argues Andrew Davison

The overdue rehabilitation of camels

Social capital means you can have your cake and eat it, writes Jonathan Romain

The challenges that the new C of E reports duck

The challenges that the new C of E reports duck

Linda Woodhead finds the proposed remedies for the numerical decline of the Church too clerical and too congregational

Bumpy landing for the next generation

Bumpy landing for the next generation

A concern for the poor must avoid short-term political solutions, counsels Ann Morisy

Religion must be a laughing matter

Religion must be a laughing matter

But effective - and amusing - satire needs to have a moral core, argues Simon Jenkins

The struggle to divide and rule

The struggle to divide and rule

The terrorism in Paris had unexpected consequences, writes Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff

Multiple manifestations of one faith?

We must choose between good and bad religion, argues Richard Sudworth

Silent witnesses, pointing heavenwards

Silent witnesses, pointing heavenwards

WiFi networks can enable church buildings to testify to the Kingdom in the community, writes John Inge

However could God love someone like me?

However could God love someone like me?

We underestimate the impact of our image on vulnerable young people, warns Rachel Mann

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Called on to build a new kind of bridge

Called on to build a new kind of bridge

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Dissing the D-word

Angela Tilby: Discipleship as a convenient term to ramp up the commitment of the laity sounds alien to Anglican instincts, and it is. I hope Synod members are gearing up for creative revolt  Read More

Fri 30 Jan 15 @ 16:35
RT @waltonandyGreat to read stories of Syrian refugees in @churchtimes in their own words rather than just seeing them as stats. http://t.co/xdFEljbATR

Fri 30 Jan 15 @ 16:25
.@stephensizer has now apologised for his 9/11 link on social media http://t.co/kFW9Cp6H9p