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Improving the future by disturbing the present

Improving the future by disturbing the present

Interim minsters do much more than hold the fort: they can implement lasting change, say Helen Gheorghiu Gould and Peter Hill

A lighter touch in policing memorials

A lighter touch in policing memorials

Churchyard regulators should not prevent grieving families’ choice of gravestone, says Ted Harrison

Trump is President: what now?

Trump is President: what now?

Christians must think urgently about how faith informs politics, says Andrew Davison

Beware of the siege mentality

Beware of the siege mentality

Churches are investing in the wrong kinds of security measures, says Nick Tolson

The local and the global cannot be separated

The local and the global cannot be separated

The PM’s criticism of ‘global citizens’ does not provide an excuse to neglect people beyond our borders, argues Rowan Williams

Caring for each person as a spiritual being

Caring for each person as a spiritual being

Chaplains are developing fresh approaches to holistic support for people at the end of life, says Ann Fulton

Work is far more than a means to an end

Work is far more than a means to an end

Understanding what we do as being a vocation means that it becomes a daily sacrament and offering, says Eve Poole

Time to reconsider the Reformation martyrs

Time to reconsider the Reformation martyrs

Despite a century of ecumenical co-operation, some historical divisions still need to be healed, says Jonathan Luxmoore

Ritual matters: it is not mere childish nostalgia

Ritual matters: it is not mere childish nostalgia

Churches need to be all the more traditional to keep pace with the pressures of modern life, argues Alan Billings

From social action to social liturgy

From social action to social liturgy

A new language is needed to talk about church social engagement, says Nick Spencer

Falling foul of reactionary forces

Falling foul of reactionary forces

Peter Riddell examines why the Christian governor of Jakarta is on trial for blasphemy

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Improving the future by disturbing the present

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