Paul Oestreicher laments the dearth of Christian leaders who can read the signs of the times, and speak out
Laura Janner-Klausner explores ways of approaching Israel-Palestine
THE collapse of the BHS stores, stripped of their assets during the group’s ownership by Sir Philip Green, has brought to the fore the Prime Minister’s pledge to tackle the unequal treatment of rich and poor in this country. Responding to a damning report by a joint committee of MPs into the demise ...
Trevor Barnes considers the prevalence of rage in contemporary life
I ALWAYS try to do a bit of theology in the summer, and have been looking at the writings of Donald MacKinnon, the philosopher and theologian who so influenced Rowan Williams in his student years.
MacKinnon was a huge, brooding presence in the Divinity Faculty at Cambridge, an Anglo-Cathol...
The July heat reminds Ronald Blythe of family visits in the past
Chilcot: the right action in the right order?; Joyful, and despairing, at colourful vesture; Sexuality debate appears as a new slavery fight; Replies to Russia; Church and anti-terrorism law; St Paul and the fist-bumping priests;
Christianity needs political visibility on both Left and Right if it is to remain untainted by partisan associations, says Nick Spencer
Has the Russian Church turned its back on the Orthodox stage owing to a political agenda, asks Michael Bourdeaux
THE axiom that a week is a long time in politics has been demonstrated repeatedly to the point of extravagance over the past month