With the election fast approaching Fulcrum is delighted to welcome two high profile Christian politicians to discuss the role the Church and individual believers should have in engaging in politics… Fulcrum’s new series of events – Pivot^Points – aims to get the conversation going about the role of the Church in contemporary Britain. This series […]
As Libby Lane is consecrated Bishop of Stockport, Emma Ineson’s sermon at the consecration of David Williams as Bishop of Basingstoke reflects on the calling of a bishop
A response to Linda Woodhead’s critique of recent Church of England reports
Links to sites with more academic resources on 1 Peter
Guide to online commentaries and reviews of commentaries on 1 Peter
Online resources – video, audios and texts – introducing 1 Peter
As part of their Bible debate series, Brian had an online discussion with Andrew Wilson from King’s Church in Eastbourne, and their two perspectives feature in a pair of articles in this month’s Christianity magazine…To me, McLaren’s position has three major problems to it.
Our identity comes from Christ, the representative human who stands both in solidarity with us, and as a substitute for us. This means that what is true of Jesus by nature, is also true of us by grace. It is a unique identity that defines us above all others.
As Charlie, Ahmed, Jew, each one of us Jesus stands before creation and before God. His total identification is more powerful than leaders gathering in Paris, than crowds filling the streets, but perhaps a much quieter affair.
History shows us that religion often leads to violence. And however twisted and warped, it is theology that has helped form the worldview of these killers.