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Learning to shine as a light in the world

Learning to shine as a light in the world

Creation contains the seeds of the future, and we are co-creators of the Kingdom, writes David Bryant

Shocked out of complacency

David Bryant concludes his series on three medieval Beguines with an account of the life and work of Marguerite Porete

A public figure without a private life

A public figure without a private life

Adrian Leak commemorates a bishop not famed for his pastoral manner

Turning secular to spiritual

Turning secular to spiritual

Hadewijch was no medieval dust-gatherer, writes David Bryant

Beginning the Beguines

Beginning the Beguines

In the first of a three-part series of articles on these medieval mystics, David Bryant considers the 13th-century Mechthild of Magdeburg

By adoption and by grace

John Drane looks at the world of Jesus

Ethics takes shape

God is a risk taker, says Helen Oppenheimer

God, friend of silence

The prayer of listening is the Advent way, wrote Mother Teresa. From a new selection from her writings

Give unto them that mourn a garland for ashes

Give unto them that mourn a garland for ashes

Tim Belben looks for solace from self-pity and finds comfort in grief ennobled by thanksgiving

‘Prayer without ceasing’ is not just hyperbole

David Bryant suggests an outlook on life that not only brings prayer alive, but makes it seem much less daunting

Searching for wisdom in other faith traditions

Inter Faith Week begins on Sunday. Can other faiths teach us to be better Christians? Christopher Collingwood thinks so, and has taken to practising Zen

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A man in tune with his times

A man in tune with his times

Ian Ramsey was an 'improbable' Bishop of Durham. On the centenary of his birth, John Saxbee recalls a philosopher of religion who was also a man of the people  Subscribe to read more

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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  Read More

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