In preparing for our retirement move to Cambridge later this summer, I rediscovered a paper I had written 37 years ago. I prepared it for a workshop which I was leading on ‘Combating Racism in Britain’ for the ‘Eclectics’ conference of 1983. This group of evangelical Anglican clergy, under the age of 40, was founded originally … Continue Reading
This article was first published on the Covenant website and in the Church of England Newspaper, 17 Jan 2020, and is reproduced with permission. On May 5–8 this year, I will be leading a retreat on Women in the Bible at Launde Abbey. What do I hope people will get out of this retreat? That … Continue Reading
This book, by a master historian, is exceptional and well worth buying, reading, and referencing. No theological or historical library should be without it.
Using prose and poetry Graham Kings explores remembering, thinking, and imagining drawing on Augustine of Hippo, Anselm of Canterbury and Rowan Williams.
Graham Kings offers reflections on the recent Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference in Suva, Fiji and links to the papers presented.
Graham Kings reports on the recent webinar on reconciliation and mission
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”
Bishop Graham reflects on what art and poetry can mean for mission.
Graham Kings reflects on his time in Seoul for the IAMS conference
Graham Kings reflects on the time he spent in Cairo for the first Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference.