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A bold but difficult step closer to the Kirk

A bold but difficult step closer to the Kirk

The Columba Declaration raises tough questions, but is more of a problem for Scottish Episcopalians, argues Andrew Hayes

Accusation and condemnation

Andrew Chandler on the cases of George Bell and one of the men he championed

Parishes need deacons beside their priests  

Parishes need deacons beside their priests
 

The way forests help us breathe could provide a guide for the Church, says Stephen Spencer

Let’s all talk about death

Let’s all talk about death

Christians are well-placed to foster discussion of dying — and many are keen to join the conversation, argues Sandra Millar

Prayer is now a cultural problem

Prayer is now a cultural problem

The Archbishops’ call for national intercession raises new questions, says John Saxbee

Use what power you have to help the poor

Use what power you have to help the poor

Christians can take a lead to promote practical action for those suffering in the housing crisis, says Phil Hemsley

Wittenberg is closer to Rome

Wittenberg is closer to Rome

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The last post: a gift for priest and parish

The last post: a gift for priest and parish

In their final appointment before retiring, the clergy could have the chance of a fresh approach, argues Philip Welsh

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How IS justifies its iconoclasm

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The Prince, Bishop, Mayor — and refugees

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Identity in Christ, not in DNA

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A bold but difficult step closer to the Kirk

The Columba Declaration raises tough questions, but is more of a problem for Scottish Episcopalians, argues Andrew Hayes  Read More

Wed 25 May 16 @ 18:58
Andrew Chandler on the cases of George Bell and one of the men he championed https://t.co/h3kPyikfjM https://t.co/jaSLtYzTq1

Wed 25 May 16 @ 13:20
@steverumsby Thanks for bringing it up, we'll have a think about what the best solution is.