“We Have Renounced Secret Ways”…But Have We?

Reproduced with permission from the Church of England Newspaper 10 November 2006 In South London recently, a prominent Evangelical minister asked that the microphones and recording equipment in his church be switched off. To a hushed congregation he announced that, with a split in the Anglican Communion imminent, his church would need to decide with … Continue Reading

Evangelical and Evolving

by Colin Craston Reproduced with permission from the Church of England Newspaper 27 October 2006 Some people are born and brought up in the evangelical tradition. Others are drawn in by coming to faith through contact with it. The former route was mine. Till I left school and joined the Navy in 1941 a very … Continue Reading

‘Founding of Fulcrum’ – Fulcrum Newsletter 9 – August 2006

The notes in the text are hyperlinked into the end notes; to return to the text, click on the end note number Contents Introduction A. Proto-Fulcrum Planning for NEAC4: pressing for a third theme of Mission Reaction to Rowan Williams from Reform, Church Society and CEEC   B. Founding and Launches Founding Informal Launch, September … Continue Reading

Revisioning the Evangelical Centre

Fulcrum Newsletter, February 2006 by Francis Bridger The notes in the text are hyperlinked into the end notes; to return to the text, click on the end note number Dear Fulcrum friends, How should we think of the ‘Evangelical centre?’ Recent discussion on the Fulcrum forum threads has raised the interesting question of whether it … Continue Reading

Canal, River and Rapids: Contemporary Evangelicalism in the Church of England

(published in the journal Anvil Vol 20 No 3, September 2003, pp167-184) Contents The headings on this page are hyperlinked into their sections. The notes in the text are hyperlinked into the end notes; to return to the text, click on the end note number. Introduction Current Outlines of Watercourses Canal: Conservative Evangelicals River: Open … Continue Reading