The Beautiful Story – Reflections and Response

As part of its series responding to Living in Love and Faith, Fulcrum is inviting various writers to express their thoughts as a way of nurturing respectful dialogue. Here, Andrew Goddard responds to Jonathan Chaplin’s recent article on the Church of England Evangelical Council’s video ‘The Beautiful Story’. It is hard to believe that it … Continue Reading

The Beautiful Story, A Serious Mis-step

As part of its series responding to Living in Love and Faith, Fulcrum is inviting various writers to express their thoughts as a way of nurturing respectful dialogue. Jonathan Chaplin writes in response to the Church of England Evangelical Council’s video ‘The Beautiful Story’. A response to this article, written by Andrew Goddard, is accessible … Continue Reading

A Report from Across the Pond: The State of Evangelicalism Amid the 2020 Election

What’s Going On? As the 2020 election draws near next month, the world is watching to see who will be the next president of the United States. Donald Trump has consistently relied on the white evangelical grassroots as his largest voting bloc. Reportedly 81% of white evangelicals voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, … Continue Reading

Reformed Sacramentality: A Book Review

Dorothea H. Bertschmann reviews Graham R. Hughes’ Reformed Sacramentality (ed. Steffen Lösel; Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2017), an alternative approach to sacramental theology in the Reformed tradition ‘Reformed Sacramentality’ seems to be an oxymoron at first glance. The Reformed tradition, though affirming and celebrating the sacraments of baptism and Holy Communion does not have a reputation … Continue Reading