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No longer content to pray, pay, and obey

No longer content to pray, pay, and obey

The Synod’s rejection of the Bishops’ report was the result of shifting power dynamics, says John Saxbee

How to tackle the prisons crisis

How to tackle the prisons crisis

Martin Wright urges the Justice Secretary to take a more effective approach

Gift of charity

Gift of charity

IN THE Church of England, you have a choice: as your thoughts turn towards Lent and patterns of self-discipline, you can, with the 1662 Prayer Book collect, remember that “all our doings without charity are nothing worth” and ask to be given “the most excellent gift of charity”

Beyond a two-state solution

IT HAD been in the air for months, even years, before Donald Trump suggested it: the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is virtually dead. Things could have been so differ­ent

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

In this archive piece from 1994, Ronald Blythe takes a pre-Lent walk with a naturalist

 

In Trump’s US, belief replaces fact

The President’s repeated lying is a cause for serious concern, says Paul Vallely

Letters to the Editor

Outcome of the take-note debate on the Bishops’ report on sexuality; Drawing conclusions from the Iwerne scandal; Gambling addiction: the situation on the ground; Grants to promote the science-faith conversation

War inevitable for US

"PRESIDENT WILSON still awaits that “overt act” on the part of Germany which would precipitate war between the two nations. . ."

Embracing the Church’s historic mission

Embracing the Church’s historic mission

Bishop North’s stance on women’s ordination is not the crucial aspect of his appointment, says Thomas Carpenter

There is no civil war — but an uncivil peace

There is no civil war — but an uncivil peace

The Prime Minister’s failed attempt to bypass MPs in triggering Article 50 has parallels with King Charles I, says Simon Parke

How Smyth justified the abuse

How Smyth justified the abuse

Linda Woodhead and Andrew Brown consider the causes of the Iwerne Trust scandal

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No disciplinary proceedings to follow rapist ordinand Timothy Storey case

No disciplinary proceedings to follow rapist ordinand Timothy Storey case

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Rather more than a hosepipe ban

Rather more than a hosepipe ban

The international links between dioceses are raising awareness of the effects of climate change overseas, says Huw Spanner  Subscribe to read more

Sun 26 Feb 17 @ 19:13
Martin Wright urges the Justice Secretary to take a more effective approach to the prisons crisis https://t.co/TK4vW5w4zG

Sun 26 Feb 17 @ 17:55
RT @mcleish_t@ChurchTimes review of Let There Be Science https://t.co/eSTZNsBSAb