A short version (including links to the more detailed discussions) of a dialogue with “affirming evangelicals” David Gillett, David Atkinson and David Runcorn arguing that they present three distinct (and at time incompatible) approaches in their support of same-sex unions or marriage. Their arguments open up a range of wider questions that, if wrestled with, might encourage us all to think in fresh ways, help to clarify the nature and significance of disagreements, and even lead to greater understanding, respect and perhaps greater consensus emerging.
Andy Walton reflects on Fulcrum’s 15th anniversary symposium at Lambeth Palace.
John Martin shares memories of Billy Graham and reflects on his life and ministry
David Baker welcomes a new reflection from the Church of England Evangelical Council which is reproduced at the end of his article.
A review of an “indispensable guide” to evangelicals in the Church of England last century
A detailed account and engagement with the eleven chapters exploring aspects of evangelicalism and the Church of England last century.
Ian Paul and others remember the leading evangelical New Testament scholar, Howard Marshall
A sermon at King’s College Chapel reflecting on Charles Simeon
Sir Fred Catherwood’s was a life well-loved and a life well-lived. He epitomised the best of the Protestant work ethic and belonged to that generation of Christians who saw no distinction between a call to responsible citizenship and a call to the Kingdom of God.
Gordon Kuhrt reviews a major recent collection of academic essays on 20th century evangelicalism and fundamentalism in the UK.