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First is first, but second is not nowhere

First is first, but second is not nowhere

There is no gulf between matters of primary and secondary importance in Anglican teaching, argues Mark Pickles

Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

A new initiative offers an appealing means of encouraging prayer, says Richard Chartres

Don’t rest yet

WHAT does the Government think it is doing? When the Chancellor announced in his Budget speech that local councils might be given the power to relax Sunday-trading laws, the argument put forward was so weak as to be insulting 

Registered and accountable

Maggie Durran answers your questions on how to register a church as a charity

The trouble with global capitalism

Angela Tilby bemoans the state of modern capitalism

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

O, TO be in England now that January is there. Soft winter winds brush the flowering bulbs, and a chattering army of walkers breast the hill. To find snow and ice one has to travel to New York, on the nine o’clock news. The air is gentle, and blows in from the east

The enduring lure of decadence

Les Liaisons Dangereuses shows the disturbing glamour of evil, says Paul Vallely

Letters to the Editor

Preferment of black and Asian clergy; European Union and ‘noble ideals’Charities’ chasing up of legacies; Agreeing Easter brings its perils; Pastoral provision in Bournemouth; Naturist backside causes a stir 

Beyond human rights to responsibilities

Beyond human rights to responsibilities

Local mutually supportive networks are the fabric of a just society, argues Adrian Leak

Why are bishops so pale?

The senior clergy are failing to include the diversity and gifts of ethnic-minority priests, argues Vasantha Gnanadoss

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