Building on the earlier analysis of the language of “walking together”, this explores the possible shape of the 2020 Lambeth Conference.
Reflections on “walking together” after the Primates’ Meeting of October 2017
Our 15th Beer and Theology, in association with The Centre for Theology and Community and the Hurtado Jesuit Centre, will be with Graham Kings and Dan Warnke. The subject will be “A Disabled Church?”.
Reflections on Southwark Catherdral’s service marking a civil partnership and some of the wider issues it raises for the church
Reflections on the July Synod debates on conversion therapy and welcoming transgender people and analysis of the voting.
Graham Kings offers reflections on the recent Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference in Suva, Fiji and links to the papers presented.
Details of our next Beer and Theology on Singleness in September with Julie Gittoes
Glynn Harrison and Andrew Goddard offer some reflections on sexual orientation change efforts (SOCE) in the light of the forthcoming Synod debate and a recent paper by Michael King and Robert Song.
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).