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Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

The sectarian spirit and the memorialising of Reformation-era martyrs; Manormead residents and the home’s closure; Confirmation before communion in the law of the Church in Wales; Fleshing out Anglican church-growth statistics; Cold comfort in response to plea on behalf of EU nationals in the UK

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The Bishops in Wales and their position on confirmation and communion; Accessibility of the language of liturgical worship; Church should campaign for shop workers’ rest; Hosting refugees

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Christian prophetic voice is absent in education; Renewal and Reform: theological words, but what of the policies?; The relation of British values to Christian values; Confirmation, eucharist, and instruction in Wales; Childhood needs as well as blight factors; The social revolution: more clergy needed from a Father Potter background; The Pax in South India

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Poor interviewing of Christian asylum-seekers; Ripostes to Canon Tilby’s allegation of clerical ‘family-olatry’ at Christmas; Messiness a good substitute for enthusiasm

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The Church of England, the deprived estates, and the ‘popular revolution’; Incarnation central in approach to suffering; More leaders with disabilities than is obvious; Minorities at risk from religious-freedom lobby; BAME in West Sussex; Cathedral 'national trust; 

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Multi-faith unity and Christian witness to Christ; Insurance Premium Tax in the Autumn Statement; Senior appointments in the C of E and BAME representation levels; What Jesus ate: certainly not carp or catfish; Cathedral finances: time for a national trust?; Power of a blue scarf: the joy of being a Reader; The spirit of generosity; Disquiet at Manormead nursing-home closure; Review of the C of E’s green strategy is needed; Healing and curing; Naming and shaming?

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The GAFCON list and the Bishop of Salisbury; Need for a strategy to cultivate BAME leadership; Position of confirmation in the Church in Wales; Derren Brown and the ministry of healing; The gospel in India long predates CMS’s work; Bradford convert

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BAME vocations and racism in white-led C of E; Brief observations on the US President-Elect; GAFCON’s charge sheet against the C of E; Countryside ministry: a churchwarden’s enquiry; Implications for Church of the Henriques report

Letters to the Editor

Liberal theology in the Renewal and Reform era; Various journeys but a single destination; The ‘panorama of saints’ and Common Worship; Glitter and foil; Debates on morality and their methodology; If you are sitting comfortably, what does that say?; Tracing the footsteps of Huguenot ancestors

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Renewal and Reform: evangelism, bishops, laity, and decision-making; Relevance of 20th-century liberal theology; Anglicanism in prison; The Christmas coin that shows the three Kings; Gimmicks and gizmos of ‘comfy-chair’ church; Unfinished business of the Reformation: time to consignLuther to history; The gay-marriage letter from 89 Evangelicals; Spotting the similarities in stained glass

Letters to the Editor

The row that has silenced York Minster’s bells; The future of Christianity in the city of Mosul; Impertinence of church-planting careerism; Flexibility and theology in church reorderings; GAFCON shame; The belief questions of the 1960s: superseded, or just suppressed?; Fairness in redrawing constituency boundaries; Pay up, shut up?; Prophetic note

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