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Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

The Chilcot report and the morality of the Iraq War: further reflections; Ministry Bank proposed; Shared Conversations and the sexuality debate; Striking Petertide poses; Resources for the well-being of those in ministry and under stress; The Church plays a part in social mobility, too; Christ and St Mary Magdalene; Christian Aid’s attitude to the situation in Gaza; Don’t make your website a stumbling-block; Tribute to the CT — and its reliable purveyors; 

 

Letters to the Editor

The Bishop of Blackburn’s contribution to the sexuality discussions; The idea of progression should be for all clerics; Lord Williams was spot-on about Iraq war; ‘C of E plc’ is discouraging to left-behind Britain; Flint: upside of East Anglian sermons in stone; What a priest wears on duty isn’t all about ‘me’

Letters to the Editor

Further responses to the EU referendum result; Clerical Vesture: historical context to guide the General Synod’s debate; Same-sex relationships; Flowers are girl-power

Letters to the Editor

Aftermath of the Leave decision in the EU-membership referendum; Creeds have little to do with secularisation; Dementia: the carers from abroad; and resources; Pride and prejudice

Letters to the Editor

‘No religion’ and formulation of Christian belief; Flaws in Bishops’ analysis of the welfare state; The Church Commissioners and ExxonMobil; Public debate and the death of Jo Cox MP; Encourage discussions; Minority-ethnic and retired clergy, and leavers

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The Church and the massacre in Orlando; Last contributions to the EU debate before Thursday’s referendum; Government policy on public-health nursing; Bishop Hall in wartime; Literary Egyptians; Bygone era of the hat

Letters to the Editor

The case for and against membership of the EU: the debate continues; The Church Commissioners and ExxonMobil

Letters to the Editor

Shareholder engagement with ExxonMobil; CHP's publications list is still outward-facing; Future of Reader ministry, and the diaconate; Reserach on women in the Primitive Church; Priest's generosity; Whitland Sisters' work; Family connection with hero of HMS Chester

 

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

Letters to the Editor

Mental health: the importance of challenging stigma and misconceptions; Courage and compassion of Christian Concern; Expectations and the hand of God in the Church’s ministry of healing; Publications list denotes an inward-looking C of E; Labour and criticism of the Israeli government; It’s a fine thing to be outsped by ecumenism

 

 

 

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Christian Concern article ‘does not speak for us’; BNP’s claim that it is endorsed by Primate; Amnesty International and the Irish abortion law; Anglicans, Lutherans, and the see of Rome; Consistory court’s costs ruling in Hanworth case; Mind your languages

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Tue 26 Jul 16 @ 17:18
RT @ShaunJClarksonJust been searching the (free access in July) @ChurchTimes archive for "Goole" Fascinating to see what's changed in 150 years & what hasn't

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