Can we pray for the dead?

To encourage and enable commemoration of the First World War, the Liturgical Commission of the Church of England recently produced a number of resources. They raise an interesting issue for evangelical Anglicans – what do we think about praying for the dead?

Archbishop David Gitari 1937-2013: Evangelist, Prophet, Liturgist and Bridge-Builder

Fulcrum obituary of David Gitari, third Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya

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Jewel's Gem: Reflections on the 450th Anniversary of Bishop John Jewel's Apologia

Reflections on the 450th anniversary of Bishop John Jewel's 'Apologia'

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Wycliffe Hall, Governance and learning from the past

Wycliffe Hall, Governance and Learning from the Past by Gordon Kuhrt co-published with the Church of England Newspaper 15th July 2012 by permission There have clearly been significant problems at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. It has had in the past a fine reputation as an Evangelical theological college which has important links with the University of … Continue Reading

Why the 'Southwark Ministry Trust' is not the solution

Fulcrum Newsletter May 2012 Why the ‘Southwark Ministry Trust’ is not the solution by Stephen Kuhrt It is often much easier for evangelicals to agree upon problems within the church than their solutions. This is because our understanding of such problems is usually based upon the relative consensus that evangelicals broadly possess over doctrine and … Continue Reading