Henry Martyn: Missionary Scholar for our Age? by Graham Kings

Henry Martyn: Missionary Scholar for our Age? by Dr Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne Cambridge Theological Federation and Henry Martyn Centre Lecture Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge Wednesday 29 February 2012 Introduction: Portraits Thank you very much for the invitation to give this lecture today. It is a joy to be back in Cambridge. … Continue Reading

Lent is a Time to Keep a Journal of Your Spiritual Travels

Lent is a Time to Keep a Journal of Your Spiritual Travels republished, with permission, from The Times, Credo Column, 25 February 2012 by Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne At the beginning of Lent, why not explore putting yourself onto paper before God? Beginning a spiritual journal is breathtakingly brave, but worth the plunge. You … Continue Reading

John Stott (1921-2011): More than Anglican but not Less

John Stott (1921-2011) More than Anglican but not Less by Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne copublished with The Times online, The Living Church, and The Church of England Newspaper John R W Stott was more than Anglican but not less. Earthed in his beloved Church of England, his influence has percolated throughout the world-wide evangelical … Continue Reading

Emerging Church: A Victorian Prequel

Emerging Church: a Victorian Prequel by Dr Dominic Erdozain Paper delivered at the ‘Ancient Wisdom, Anglican Futures’ Conference at Trinity School for Ministry, Pittsburgh, June 2009. Used by permission of Wipf and Stock Publishers www.wipfandstock.com See the forthcoming volume The Great Tradition–A Great Labor: Studies in Ancient-Future Faith, Philip Harrold and D. H. Williams, eds. (Cascade: Eugene, … Continue Reading

Re-imagining World Christianity: Andrew Walls and his Legacy

Re-imagining World Christianity for the Church Universal: Andrew Walls and his Legacy A history department lecture given at Princeton Theological Seminary, 21 March 2011, as visiting MacKay Professor of World Christianity by Michael Nai Chiu Poon My aim in this lecture is to discuss the work of Andrew Walls with especial reference to his contribution towards … Continue Reading