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Letters to the editor

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

Letters to the Editor

Sparing the rod: the Iwerne Trust scandal and biblical interpretation; Episcopal appointments in England and Wales; Cathedrals need the freedom to be annoying; Raking over the Troubles: it’s time to stop the legacy investigations; Charity statements on inequality and poverty

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Bishops and cathedrals: not a question of power; Sexuality and choice of language: Polari evening prayer and Living Out; Woolwich BAME elevation shouldn’t be the last; Churches can help to provide WiFi

Letters to the Editor

Responses to the Bishops’ conclusions after the Shared Conversations; Proposed scheme for clergy risk-assessment; Church-and-world work of distinctive deacons; Interfaith questions for the close-quartered

Letters to the Editor

C of E environmental group’s paper on fracking; Welsh legal committee’s advice on confirmation; The US in the divine scheme of things; Distinctive diaconal ministry for ‘complementarian’ women and others; Blame for disunity falls on the papacy, too; Adopt-a-hotel idea; The smallest room

 

Letters to the Editor

Misunderstandings in Peterborough charge; Faith representatives at the Trump inauguration; Muslim reading at Glasgow Epiphany eucharist; Security resources

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

Letters to the Editor

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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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  Subscribe to read more

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

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Young refugees to receive support from new project https://t.co/acs1kTsNbM

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Churches urged to join tree-planting initiative https://t.co/4hNB8Og9Ls