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First is first, but second is not nowhere

First is first, but second is not nowhere

There is no gulf between matters of primary and secondary importance in Anglican teaching, argues Mark Pickles

Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

A new initiative offers an appealing means of encouraging prayer, says Richard Chartres

Beyond human rights to responsibilities

Beyond human rights to responsibilities

Local mutually supportive networks are the fabric of a just society, argues Adrian Leak

Why are bishops so pale?

The senior clergy are failing to include the diversity and gifts of ethnic-minority priests, argues Vasantha Gnanadoss

Iranians seek life in Christianity

Iranians seek life in Christianity

Gerry Lynch on a community that is experiencing both persecution and conversions

Tensions that Anglicans live with and learn from

Tensions that Anglicans live with and learn from

The Primates’ meeting suggests that deeper levels of mutual encounter are crucial for the future, argues David Chillingworth

If it doesn’t work, do something new

If it doesn’t work, do something new

The strength of the Anglican Communion lies in its diversity, says Jesse Zink

In the end, forgive yourself

In the end, forgive yourself

Everyone needs to recognise their failures, and confess them, says Richard Holloway

How to bring alienated communities together

How to bring alienated communities together

Enabling migrants and long-established groups to cohere socially is crucial: churches are well-placed to do it, says Martin Gainsborough

Community, creation, covenant

Community, creation, covenant

Floods remind us of God’s relationship to the earth and to humanity, says Benjamin Carter

Try deep consultation, not rushed decisions

Try deep consultation, not rushed decisions

The Primates’ Meeting next week needs to resist the lure of quick action: history suggests it could backfire, argues Mark Chapman

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Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

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