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The perils of secularism for the Church of England

The perils of secularism for the Church of England

The French legal constitutional norm of Laïcité, or secularism as perhaps the closest English translation, is no mere revolutionary antique but rather a zealously held principle, rising in esteem in…

NT Wright under fire

NT Wright under fire

Bishop Tom Wright will not lose sleep over objections to the University of the South’s decision to award him an honorary doctorate because of his views about sexuality but he…

A vital resource that can help all new Christians in their faith

A vital resource that can help all new Christians in their faith

Since it was launched in 2009, Church Army’s Now a Christian course has introduced thousands of people to Jesus and helped new believers grow in their faith. So we are…

At war with the Mail

At war with the Mail

The Church of England has gone to war with the Daily Mail. Good luck with that then. With a daily circulation well over one million (including many churchgoers among that…

Think before you tweet

Think before you tweet

Put down your mobile. Close all of the tabs open on your computer. Take a moment and consider the flood of information that passes through your hands every day. Think…

From Archbishops’ Council to Accepting Evangelicals

From Archbishops’ Council to Accepting Evangelicals

Jayne Ozanne, new Director of Accepting Evangelicals, asks whether the amazing power of Grace can change the Church?   For my first Christmas on the Archbishops’ Council I decided to…

The challenge of Christian advocacy

The challenge of Christian advocacy

Archbishop Sentamu’s new book highlights one of the main challenges of Christ advocacy. We’ve all seen WWJD wristbands, ‘what would Jesus do’ and beyond the mire of the current political…

A tale of two consecrations

A tale of two consecrations

There should be unalloyed joy at the consecration of Libby Lane as Bishop of Stockport, yet I can’t help feeling very disturbed by the fact that the Rev Philip North,…

Chaos in enforcing ‘British values’

Chaos in enforcing ‘British values’

Home Secretary Theresa May has recently lamented the sense of fear now being felt and voiced by the Jewish community in the UK. She expressed shock and surprise at this…

Questions facing us on discipleship

Questions facing us on discipleship

Susie Leafe, Reform In a few weeks time the General Synod meets again and this time, rather than thinking about bishops, we’ll be thinking about discipleship. An altogether more exciting…

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