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We need to talk about God

We need to talk about God

David Bentley Hart tackles the limitations of language in defining the infinite and indefinable

How God is revealed in Springfield

How God is revealed in Springfield

Ben Myers explores depictions of God in popular culture

Through a glass darkly: how poetry allows God to be seen

Through a glass darkly: how poetry allows God to be seen

Malcolm Guite explores poetry as a means of apprehending the inapprehensible

Glossary

Andrew Davison supplies a glossary of terms used in discussing the nature of God

Believing: a respectable approach

Believing: a respectable approach

Andrew Davison argues that science and faith are not such strange bedfellows

Hymns, prayers, and sacred songs

Hymns, prayers, and sacred songs

Andrew Davison explores the doctrine of God in hymns and liturgy

 

What you believe about God is what your life is

How we understand God will affect the whole of the Christian life, but that understanding is no easy matter. Anthony Towey explores its implications

In my heart and in my head

The nature of God is a gift to preachers, suggests John Inge

What scripture does and does not say on God

What scripture does and does not say on God

Stephen Fowl argues that we learn most about God from the Bible when we abandon our preconceptions

Springs of water in the desert

Springs of water in the desert

Andrew Davison introduces the theologians known as the ‘Early Fathers’

The Otherness of God

The Otherness of God

A sense of strangeness may be the beginning of theological awareness, suggests Sarah Lenton

God: a short bibliography

God: a short bibliography

Andrew Davison selects some useful texts

Don’t look

Don’t look

Don’t look: pray. You can stare, but you will not gain any control over this Trinity. None of these figures is interested in being seen. It is true that Mary wants you to see her son, but she does more than point him out: her hand weighs the enormity of his sacrifice. His blood spills down the cross...

In their own words

In their own words

Katharine Swartz studies the lives and works of female Anglican novelists

Living well together

Living well together

Nigel Genders considers strategies for dealing with radicalisation in schools

A case for the arts

A case for the arts

Headteacher, Kathryn Pugh, explains why her school has produced a film to champion arts education

Educating the educators

Educating the educators

Dennis Richards reviews the latest education titles

A third way in teacher supply

John Howson proposes a solution to the dwindling number of teachers

Nothing new under the sun

Dennis Richards looks at the problem of inadequate school governance

An academic predicament

Following an amendment to the Education and Adoption Bill, Howard Dellar considers the future of academies

Spot the difference in church schools

Spot the difference in church schools

Huw Thomas looks at how church schools can preserve their uniqueness

A place where teachers can’t get at you

A place where teachers can’t get at you

School assemblies can be prized ‘sacred spaces’, Pat Ashworth discovered

Changes at the top

John Gay assesses the recent Green Paper on Higher Education

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