If we are to think in a distinctively Christian way about Islamism and violence carried out in the name of Islam, what are the key questions that we need to be asking?
The conclusion of the latest edition of Colin Chapman’s “Whose Promised Land? The Continuing Conflict Over Israel and Palestine” (Lion, 2015).
Reflections on the importance of church order and questions raised by the irregular consecration of a bishop by Jesmond Parish Church and REACH SA (CESA)
Graham Kings reports on the recent webinar on reconciliation and mission
When we hear this word – “Finished” – from the cross we can know Christ’s work for us is done.
To a world that seeks to show power through explosives, military might, and physical force, Good Friday makes little sense.
As Article 50 is triggered, James Mercer explores the consequences for the poor and the task of the church in response.
Graham Kings reflects on “Out of the Depths: Hope in Times of Suffering” and hopes “it will encourage others also to draw on ancient wells and modern insights for theological and prayer resources in times of persecution”