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Doing without bacon rolls and paintball

Doing without bacon rolls and paintball

To base ‘men’s ministry’ on tired stereotypes is not necessary, and may be unhelpful, argues Anne Bennett

Beyond the liberal consensus

Beyond the liberal consensus

Progressives in the C of E need to cultivate a politics of persuasion, says James Walters

Exclusive Wales

Exclusive Wales

“WELCOME to a scandal.” These were the first words in a Church Times leader comment in July 2003, when Dr Jeffrey John was forced to relinquish the prospect of becoming Bishop of Reading, after pressure from conservatives in the Oxford diocese and the wider Anglican Communion over his homosexuality

Glimpses of heaven

Glimpses of heaven

I LOVE all kinds of liturgical chant: Anglican chant, Taizé chants, Orthodox chant

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

In this archive column from 1995, Ronald Blythe walks in the footsteps of Samuel Crossman

In defence of George Osborne

In defence of George Osborne

Paul Vallely holds that the former Chancellor can both be an MP and edit a paper

 

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Ordinands, the housing ladder, and the Church’s care for the clergy; School’s stipulations for its visiting preacher; Helping people discover the benefits of silence; In retrospect, a non-recommendation for training

 

A new Russia

A new Russia

"JUST a fortnight ago communications ceased between Petrograd and the rest of the world. . ."

Reconstruct the bonds between the generations

Reconstruct the bonds between the generations

Churches must think radically about how they can help to alleviate the social-care crisis, says David Candlin

When home is where the hurt is

When home is where the hurt is

Elaine Storkey examines causes of domestic abuse, and how it can be prevented

 

Lost in translation

Lost in translation

THE shifting tectonic plates of the earth’s crust come together in three different ways: they butt full on into each other; one overrides another; or they grind along together

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Sat 25 Mar 17 @ 19:24
To base ‘men’s ministry’ on tired stereotypes is not necessary, and may be unhelpful, argues Anne Bennett https://t.co/Y8WI9ngsrf

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