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The bishops who could learn from Becket

The bishops who could learn from Becket

Christian leaders in Hungary should learn to speak truth to power, argues Alexander Faludy

Voyeurism is not the public interest

Voyeurism is not the public interest

The Supreme Court’s decision upholds rights to privacy, and might even raise standards, says Shiranikha Herbert

The media really don’t do God

The media really don’t do God

New research suggests lack of faith among journalists, says Christopher Landau

Not healthy yet

CHURCHGOERS are used, these days, to hearing that they are a dying breed. Seldom a month goes by without another poll or survey that plots some aspect of the Church’s decline

Rights need religion

Angela Tilby on the religious roots of human rights rhetoric

Economics may sway the balance

Paul Vallely joins the referendum fray and pinpoints one factor

 

Word from Wormingford

Ronald Blythe enjoys accompanying St Paul on his travels

Letters to the Editor

Permanent deacons, Readers, and ministry needs in the C of E; Female diaconate in the Early Church; Syria: British and US policy is scandalous; Bell and the refugees; Mental illness: further perspective of a patient; Copernicus and the precedents for his ideas; The Columba Declaration and Celtic spirituality; Three who crossed the ice and sensed a fourth

A bold but difficult step closer to the Kirk

A bold but difficult step closer to the Kirk

The Columba Declaration raises tough questions, but is more of a problem for Scottish Episcopalians, argues Andrew Hayes

Accusation and condemnation

Andrew Chandler on the cases of George Bell and one of the men he championed

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Church contains hardly any converts, report suggests

Church contains hardly any converts, report suggests

ONLY two per cent of Anglicans in England and Wales...

Evangelicals object to bishops’ appointment

Evangelicals object to bishops’ appointment

THE appointment of a bishop from the Episcopal Church...

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The Flying Scotsman and the far-from-sporting Olympics

The Flying Scotsman and the far-from-sporting Olympics

As the world prepares for Rio, a new biography of Eric Liddell (whose story inspired Chariots of Fire) reveals that the spirit of sportsmanship was conspicuously absent from earlier Games  Subscribe to read more

Sat 28 May 16 @ 14:53
THE General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has approved the joint Columba Declaration with the Church of England https://t.co/OtDZBo0t5t