A ROBUST defence of the Archbishops’ programme Reform and Renewal was delivered at a gathering of Evangelicals last week, addressing critics who have questioned everything from its theology to its methodology.
If we’re given a mandate, there’s plenty more to do, and we’ll be asking parishes for their take on an agenda for the next five years. For the sake of the gospel, mission and the Kingdom of God in Jesus Christ.
How are we to form Christian scholars in disciplines other than theology so the Church can offer public, intellectual engagement not only on those preoccupying internal academic debates within the theological guild or those currently animating the Church itself, but also those arising in ‘secular’ disciplines other than theology?
Christians believe that in confrontation with death we are not alone. We can follow in the wake of One who has gone before us and come out the other side, transformed.
This life is given to me from the hand of God…..
An obituary for leading New Testament scholar, C.E.B. Cranfield
Online resources – video, audios and texts – introducing 2 Thessalonians
Guide to online commentaries and reviews of commentaries on 1 Thessalonians
Links to sites with more academic resources on 1 Thessalonians
Whatever its limitations, “Who is my neighbour?” significantly raises the bar for official church statements on politics. It shows how theological truth can speak effectively and illuminatingly to the political health of the nation at a moment of crisis and opportunity. It thus plausibly carries a claim to prophecy.
A guide to reading 1 Thessalonians
We are excited to announce this important new initiative and congratulate Bishop Graham Kings, a co-founder of Fulcrum and our Theological Secretary, on his appointment to the post.