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Christian social teaching on economic migration; Proposed design of new Lambeth Palace Library; The sexuality debate; and the ‘shadow synod’; Trust in politicians, and the charge of deception; Status of lawyers’ event; CPAS’s part in the genesis of Youth Praise

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Bishop David Jenkins — and ‘living with questions’ in today’s Church; Sexuality, shadow synod, and ScarboroughRise in legacy giving is not such good news; Important exception; Challenge to England’s clerical shirtmakers?

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Same-sex relations, the Bishop of Grantham, and the ‘shadow synod’; Historical context of the Gorham judgment

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Human dignity and the loss of communal memory; British policy concerning the Saudis and Yemen; Chairs recommendation is now a shibboleth; Full electoral powers should be restored to MPs; Reservations about the ‘squeeze’ at the Peace; Menswear department; What it stands for

 

 

 

 

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Carlisle diocese’s ‘mission communities’ and the fall in stipendiary clergy; The Bishop Bell affair; and the plea to unfrock; Gorham case: the part a secular court played; Clerical attire that ministers to self-projection; The forgotten elderly

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Looking for young people? Check the choir stalls; How to nurture prophetic gifts in today’s society; Cyrpus ordinations; Chichester needs to explain itself, publicly; Growth: clergy or mission communities?; The squeeze of the Lord be always with you; Grumpy about ‘frumpy’

 

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Hospitality matters more than security measures; Church and people in England: Henson’s theory; Fraudulent appeal from ‘Ugandan student nurse’; Visibility is needed, as well as presence, today; Justice Goddard and abuse investigations; News from St Albion?; Photographic mix-up

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Labour divisions call for more searching analysis; So, why did the English Church lose the people?; Starting-point for better Holy Land discussions; Moral affront at the result of the Trident debate; Don’t miss the joy behind knuckle-bashing; Drones and conductors; Just-war theory is better than no theory at all; Denunciation? Not by Christian Concern; Breezily dissatisfied

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Chilcot: the right action in the right order?; Joyful, and despairing, at colourful vesture; Sexuality debate appears as a new slavery fight; Replies to Russia; Church and anti-terrorism law

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; 

 

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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’

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