An analysis of the Jan 2016 You Gov poll on Anglicans and same-sex marriage
The eagle-eyed among you will have noticed the new block in our sidebar. After an earlier successful evening some time ago, we are reviving Beer and Theology in association with The Centre for Theology and Community, where Andy Walton is Communications Officer. This is open to all and provides a chance to get together, have […]
Links to various online resources relating to the January 2016 Primates’ Meetings
Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, considers seven interweaving themes of the Primates’ Meeting.
Responses from within The Episcopal Church (USA) to the Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury
Do Western Anglicans have a paternalistic and monochrome view of Africa and how does the African-American experience relate to sexuality debates?
As the Regional Shared Conversations on Scripture, Mission and Human Sexuality restart in 2016, this is a personal reflection on the experience of the last Regional Shared Conversation of 2015.
The official final communique from the Primates
Ian Paul unpacks the Primates’ Statement
Fulcrum’s initial response to the Primates’ Statement
The official text of the statement from the Primates in relation to the Anglican Communion
A short summary of “Sexuality and Communion” in The Oxford Handbook of Anglican Studies (OUP, 2015)