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International news briefs for September 26, 2014

The Bishop of Egypt, Dr. Mouneer Anis, has applauded his fellow countrymen’s patriotic spirit in supporting President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s proposal to build a second Suez Canal to…

Archbishop of Canterbury marks the first anniversary of the Peshawar bombings

The Archbishop of Canterbury has released a statement commemorating the first anniversary of the terror attack on All Saints Church in Peshawar. The Most Rev. Justin Welby asked…

International News briefs for September 19, 2014

The Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. David Chillingworth, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane tells the Irish Times he has not yet made…

Latest UK news

How the IS finances itself

By Sonke Ballaus   A state is only as powerful as its economy, from this…

Service of reconciliation after Scottish referendum

LEADING FIGURES of the Better Together campaign attended a service of reconciliation in St Giles…

Church leaders call on govt to cancel Trident

In a letter to The Times, the Bishop of Chelmsford and Archbishop of Wales along…

Scottish census shows decline in numbers of Christians

The 2011 census for Scotland sounds a wake-up call for churches, the Primus of the…


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Tom Wright – Pulled between the People and the Page

Tom Wright – Pulled between the People and the Page

For most ‘everyday’ Christians, theologians are not a topic of conversation at the water-cooler, or even over church coffee in green cups. They lurk in the shadows…


The importance of local and national sport

Oh dear: England’s football team is already out of the World Cup after two defeats, both fair results. The significance of international sport, why it means so…


A tumultuous week for the Church

A tumultuous week for the Church

Just days before its historic decision to allow women into the episcopate, General Synod meeting in York has been given a shock in the form of Lord…


The battle for the soul of the Church

The battle for the soul of the Church

As the dust settles people are beginning to realise that more was at stake in the debate over women bishops than breaking the church’s glass ceiling? According…

Book Reviews

Book review: A Will To Believe

David Scott Kastan OUP, hb, £25   This slim volume based on lectures originally delivered at Oxford in 2008 has an importance out of all importance to…

Anglican Life

Anglicans interact with respected biblical scholar 

Andrew Symes Anglican Mainstream   Professor Robert Gagnon is well known across the world for his comprehensive and incisive explanation of biblical teaching on same-sex relationships. The…

Parliamentary News

Bishop of Oxford wishes Gove well after Cabinet reshuffle

The Bishop of Oxford, who chairs the C of E’s Board of Education and speaks on education in the House of Lords, has issued a statement in…

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