An invitation to book a place at our 15th anniversary symposium with speakers Rachel Marszalek, Anthony Poggo and Tom Wright.
Professor John Barton reflects on the value of biblical cross-references drawing on his experience as consulting editor for the NRSV Cross-Reference Bible.
David Green explains what has gone on with Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and explores some of the questions this raises and how Christians can respond.
Our 21st Beer and Theology, in association with The Centre for Theology and Community and the Hurtado Jesuit Centre, will be with Graham Kings and Simon Stocks, Tutor for Biblical Studies & Director of Reader Training , St Augustine’s College of Theology, who has written a Grove booklet and a book on the Psalms and … Continue Reading
Dr Anne Richards introduces the famous Welsh artist and writer, David Jones, showing how his work leads us to Christ.
Our 20th Beer and Theology, in association with The Centre for Theology and Community and the Hurtado Jesuit Centre, will be on Friday 25th May on “Gender and Power in the Workplace” with Rose Waite.
An exploration of what lies behind the controversy over William Nye’s letter to TEC concerning its proposed changes in marriage liturgy and doctrine and their likely impact.
As Easter Sunday falls on April Fool’s Day, Ian Paul reflects on the foolishness of the gospel
A Good Friday poem
Like each of us, Jesus was born into a political context; he lived and died experiencing its pressures, posturing, and power-mongering. Politics is wrapped up in the Gospel accounts of Jesus, from his birth to his execution: even the central symbol of Christianity, the Cross itself, carries with it profoundly political overtones. What, then, are the implications of this?