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Hands on: it’s a bumpy ride

Hands on: it’s a bumpy ride

Rites of Ordination: Their history and theology by Paul F. Bradshaw 

Pegs for holy holes

Pegs for holy holes

Being a Curate: Stories of what it's really like - Jonathon Ross-McNairn and Sonia Barron, editors 

Catholic, critical, and in the C of E

Catholic, critical, and in the C of E

Part of the One Church? The ordination of women and Anglican identity - Roger Greenacre, author; Colin Podmore, editor 

A metaphor goes its rounds

A metaphor goes its rounds

Mothering as a Metaphor for Ministry by Emma Percy

New titles just published

Including God: A very short introduction by John Bowker

Stop press: bishop talks sense

Stop press: bishop talks sense

Press: THE iron rule that any time a bishop says anything obvious it's potential news has been confirmed again, this time by Jonathan Wynne Jones in The Independent, who had unearthed from a philosophy blog the lucubrations of the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd Richard Chartres

Consult the coracle

Television: IN THE Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival debate about religion on TV, which I discussed last week, the Channel 4 representative championed his continuing commitment to religious broadcasting by referring to The Real Noah's Ark: Secret History 

Ants à la carte

Radio: ON RADIO 4, on More or Less, there was a feature on ants. The question was: if you weighed all the ants in existence, would they be heavier than the total weight of humanity

Week ahead

26 September 2014: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

Venetian treasure house

Venetian treasure house

Nicholas Cranfield on Old Masters close to the English Church

Death and a dancer

Death and a dancer

Stephen Brown: Beheadings are not a thing of the past. Al Pacino's film Salomé is released at a time when audiences may feel that the grim denouement of Oscar Wilde's play, on which it is based, calls to mind an all too gruesome current reality

With Bishop Wright, reviewing a life of scholarship

With Bishop Wright, reviewing a life of scholarship

Pauline Perspectives: Essays on Paul, 1978-2013 by N. T. Wright 

Swords and ploughshares

Swords and ploughshares

The Dove, the Fig Leaf and the Sword: Why Christianity changes its mind about war
by Alan Billings

Courteous custom

Courteous custom

Discovering Matthew: Content, interpretation, reception by Ian Boxall 

School’s game well raised

School’s game well raised

Thring of Uppingham: Victorian educator by Nigel Richardson 

Also bearers of the Word

Also bearers of the Word

Including The Harp of the Spirit: Poems of Saint Ephrem the Syrian - Sebastian Brock, translator 

All about returning England to Rome

All about returning England to Rome

By the Thames Divided: Cardinal Bourne in Southwark and Westminster by Mark Vickers

Clay birds and curses

Clay birds and curses

Christ Child: Cultural memories of a young Jesus by Stephen J. Davis 

Notice board

Notice board

Interreligious dialogue

Short notice

Genesis and Christian Theology edited by Nathan MacDonald, Mark Elliott, and Grant Macaskill

New titles just published

Including Meeting God in Mark by Rowan Williams 

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