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What it means to be a burden on each other

What it means to be a burden on each other

The key to discussions of assisted suicide is an understanding of being dependent, says Nola Leach

Selling all to obtain the pearl of great price

Selling all to obtain the pearl of great price

Nicholas Buxton commends the setting aside of earthly cravings in order to find what really matters

The raw and ragged material of our humanity

The raw and ragged material of our humanity

Inspired by the use of manure on the allotment, John Austen reflects on the potentially life-giving benefits of waste

Somewhere the spiritual desert hides a well

Somewhere the spiritual desert hides a well

Down on the allotment, John Austen considers the vital importance of refreshment, and its possible sources

Seduced by the allure of 30 pieces of silver

Seduced by the allure of 30 pieces of silver

Anthony Cane reflects on the woman behind the disciple whose name became a byword for betrayal

The ongoing struggle to define the indefinable

The ongoing struggle to define the indefinable

There is nothing new in our attempts to understand God as being beyond gender, suggests David Bryant

All our doings without love are nothing worth

All our doings without love are nothing worth

This month, three more women are consecrated bishop. We asked each of them to introduce a favourite prayer

The Ven. Rachel Treweek, Canon Sarah Mullally and  The Rt Revd Alison White

Dynamic and daring or ‘a cesspool of errors’?

Dynamic and daring or ‘a cesspool of errors’?

David Bryant celebrates the 50th anniversary of the publication of a book that has shaped his life and priesthood

Setting out on the journey to understanding

Setting out on the journey to understanding

Inspired by R. S. Thomas, Susan Fogarty explores the differences between "faith tourism" and pilgrimage

Strict disciple of discipline

Strict disciple of discipline

Two hundred years after the Battle of Waterloo, Donald Gray commemorates a Lancashire incumbent who was 'on the field of battle' that day

A philanthropist who cherished the individual

A philanthropist who cherished the individual

As the Church commemorates Samuel Barnett, priest and social reformer, Adrian Leak celebrates his legacy

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Quantifying the unquantifiable

Quantifying the unquantifiable

Maths geek, alumnus of a church youth group, and youngest ever World Poetry Slam champion, the ‘performance poet’ Harry Baker is a Greenbelt favourite. He talks to Malcolm Doney  Read More

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Beauty is about truth, not just nice appreciation

Aesthetic experiences should connect people with God — and with human tragedy and hope, says Hugh Rayment-Pickard  Read More

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