A Momentous Day for Sudan on 9 January 2011, Fulcrum Newsletter for December 2010

A Momentous Day for Sudan on 9 January 2011 Fulcrum Newsletter December 2010 copublished, with permission, with Comment is free belief, The Guardian, 23 December 2010 by Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne Is “the writing on the wall” for the whole of Sudan? The referendum, by the people of Southern Sudan, which is due to … Continue Reading

Should Christians Share Christ with People of Other Faiths? Fulcrum Newsletter for July 2010

Should Christians share Christ with People of other Faiths? Fulcrum Newsletter July 2010 by Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne copublished, with permission, with The Times online, 5 July 2010 Should Christians keep themselves to themselves and not share Christ with people of other faiths? ‘Conversion must never become a word of which Christians fight shy’ … Continue Reading

The Church of England and Islam: Hospitality and Embassy – Theologies of Religion in Process: Part IV Generous Love – 2008 and Beyond

The Church of England and Islam: Hospitality and Embassy – Theologies of Religion in Process 4. Generous Love – 2008 and Beyond by Richard Sudworth Part IV of IV (see parts I, II, III) The final point of analysis for this study will be the 2008 report, Generous Love: the truth of the Gospel and … Continue Reading

The Church of England and Islam: Hospitality and Embassy – Theologies of Religion in Process: Part III Initiatives of the Church of England

The Church of England and Islam: Hospitality and Embassy – Theologies of Religion in Process 3. Initiatives of the Church of England By Richard Sudworth Part III of IV (see parts I, II, IV) For many years, the Church of England was content to focus national initiatives on relations with Islam through ecumenical groupings, and … Continue Reading

People must come first: there are many ways of being conservative, Fulcrum Newsletter, September 2009:

People must come first: there are many ways of being Conservative Fulcrum Newsletter, September 2009 By Dr Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne Co-published, with permission, with Comment is free belief, Guardian online, 11 September 2009 By plotting a graph of the expansion of the monasteries throughout the Middle Ages we might easily have concluded that … Continue Reading

The Church of England and Islam: Hospitality and Embassy – Theologies of Religion in Process: Part II Lambeth 1988 and 1998

The Church of England and Islam: Hospitality and Embassy – Theologies of Religion in Process 2. Lambeth 1988 and 1998 By Richard Sudworth Part II of IV (see part I, III,IV) It is with the Lambeth Conference of 1988 that a more systematic attempt was made to order Anglican interfaith relations and to provide a … Continue Reading