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International news briefs for January 16, 2015

The Suffragan Bishop of Maryland, the Rt. Rev. Heather Cook (58) surrendered to police last Friday after Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced the bishop would face…

International news briefs for January 23, 2015

The Suffragan Bishop of Maryland has been released from the Baltimore County Jail after posting a $2.5 million cash bond following her arrest for manslaughter and drunk driving.…

Bishop on manslaughter charges is granted bail

THE SUFFRAGAN Bishop of Maryland has been released from the Baltimore County Jail after posting a $2.5 million cash bond following her arrest for manslaughter and drunk driving.…

Latest UK news

Church pension plans approved

THE HOUSE of Lords has backed a request from the Church of England to extend…

Women ‘more likely to believe in the afterlife’

A NEW survey by the UCL Institute of Education has revealed that men are less…

Questions raised over BBC changes

The Bishop of Leeds has raised questions over a restructuring of the BBC commissioning process.…

Women clergy unconvinced over Archbishop’s statement

ARCHBISHOP Sentamu’s efforts to distance himself from suggestions that his decision to not lay hands…


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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…


Freedom of speech and being offended

Freedom of speech and being offended

Responses to the Paris massacres have been both intense, mixed and confusing, often depending on different viewpoints, and the specifically French context has been very important and…


The most overlooked season in the Church?

The most overlooked season in the Church?

A pity that the Epiphany season gets so overlooked. It’s as if we’ve had enough rejoicing once we’re into the New Year. But Epiphany is one of…


The problem of ISIL

The problem of ISIL

How do you solve the problem of ISIL? This must surely be one of the most pressing questions facing us in 2015. The rapid expansion of the…

Book Reviews

History told in a most compelling way.

History told in a most compelling way.

Killers of the King – The men who dared to execute Charles 1 (with illustrations including colour). By Charles Spencer. ISBN 976-1- 4088-5170-8 Bloomsbury.Hardback £20, eBook £17.99…

Anglican Life

Reform calls for boycott of shared conversations

THE CONSERVATIVE evangelical group Reform this week called on its members to boycott the shared conversations on human sexuality, claiming that traditionalists have been sidelined. The group…

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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Wild (dir. Jean-Marc Vallée, cert. 15) tells Cheryl Strayed’s story of a cathartic personal voyage of discovery after the break-up of her marriage and death of her…

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