Review of two of the Michael Ramsey Shortlist – by Francis Spufford and Frances Young
Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, considers seven interweaving themes of the Primates’ Meeting.
A poem for Holy Innocents
As the Paris Climate Change Conference meets, Graham Kings explores climate justice by relating three of the marks of mission to the insights of African Anglican theologians.
A sermon at King’s College Chapel reflecting on Charles Simeon
Graham Kings introduces the Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series by exploring four landscapes of the contemporary world and mission studies: digital, doctrinal, bloody and biographical.
On learning of the death of Owen Chadwick, I was moved to tears. Immediately, I jotted down how much we were in his debt as a friend of scholars, mentor to many, pithy and witty writer, faithful priest, brilliant preacher, diligent professor, supervisor and administrator, with a vast hinterland of history and culture. He was … Continue Reading
On the 10th anniversary of 7/7 we are republishing Graham Kings’ July 2005 reflections on the day written as the first Fulcrum newsletter when he was Vicar of St Mary’s. Islington
The address given on Friday 26 June 2015 at a lunch event organised by the Center for Anglican Communion Studies (of Virginia Theological Seminary) and the Compass Rose Society, at General Convention of The Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Church Mission Society and Durham University have partnered to create an innovative seven-year post to promote theological reflection, with a particular focus on Africa, Asia and Latin America. The new Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, Bishop Graham Kings, reflects on his new calling.