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The Corbynista path to irrelevance

The Corbynista path to irrelevance

Replacing lukewarm with zealous Anglicans won’t save the C of E, says Andrew Brown

Heeding the voices of the popular revolution

Heeding the voices of the popular revolution

The C of E must dismount its middle-class bandwagon and reconnect with the dispossessed working class, says Philip North

Genome-editing: into uncharted territory

Genome-editing: into uncharted territory

Genome editing is hailed by scientists as a revolutionary breakthrough, but it raises some profound ethical issues, says Robin Gill

Faith should sing in harmony

Faith should sing in harmony

Religious exclusiveness is a barrier to interfaith cooperation, says Marcus Braybrooke

Transforming trade, out of the ashes of Brexit

Transforming trade, out of the ashes of Brexit

As Brexit and Trump alter international relations, campaigning for trade justice is more important than ever, argues Nick Dearden

Searching the hearts of voters

Searching the hearts of voters

Pat Ashworth reports from New England on Trump supporters’ priorities and principles

Not ‘the Revd’ — but still called to ministry

Not ‘the Revd’ — but still called to ministry

A Reader seeks a healthy parity of esteem for lay and ordained ministries

Daniel Blake, a catalyst for change

Daniel Blake, a catalyst for change

Ken Loach’s portrayal of the benefits system should spur Christians to action, says Catherine Pickford

A divided Europe needs strong, united Churches

A divided Europe needs strong, united Churches

As the European Union faces multiple crises, Churches across the Continent must strengthen their ties, argues Christopher Hill

Countering the politics of resentment

Countering the politics of resentment

Stanley Hauerwas traces Donald Trump’s support to a deeper pathology

But no mention of Ukraine

But no mention of Ukraine

The Russian Orthodox Church is too close to the nationalists, warns Michael Bourdeaux

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