‘Listening to learn, Learning to listen’, Fulcrum Newsletter 10 – October 2006

‘Listening to learn, Learning to listen’, Fulcrum Newsletter, October 2006, by The Revd Dr Andrew Goddard, tutor in ethics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and a member of the Fulcrum leadership team Dear Fulcrum Friends, The Communion’s listening process on sexuality has recently been given much greater impetus by the appointment of Canon Phil Groves as … Continue Reading

‘Homophobia’ – Fulcrum Newsletter 7 – May 2006

Dear Fulcrum Friends, The horrific effects of homophobia were once again demonstrated this month when two men pleaded guilty to the brutal murder of Jody Dobrowski on Clapham Common in October of last year. Faced with such violence all Christians must clearly take a stand against homophobia and yet this is particularly challenging for those … Continue Reading

Homophobia – extended version of the Fulcrum May Newsletter

Contents Introduction Responding to ‘homophobia’: IDAHO Evangelicals rejecting ‘homophobia’ Anglican opposition to ‘homophobia’ The Church of England The Lambeth Conference The Primates of the Anglican Communion & The Windsor Report Archbishop Rowan Williams Why do evangelical Anglicans not more strongly oppose ‘homophobia’? What is ‘homophobia’? Towards a definition for Christians The character of ‘homophobia’ as … Continue Reading

The Bishop of Bangor, the Right Reverend Anthony Crockett, responds to Dr Andrew Goddard’s posting of his chapter Calvin, Usury and Evangelical Moral Theology on the Fulcrum website

The Bishop of Bangor, the Right Reverend Anthony Crockett, responds to Dr Andrew Goddard’s posting of his chapter Calvin, Usury and Evangelical Moral Theology on the Fulcrum website (Page references, unless otherwise indicated, are to Dr Goddard’s text as produced by my printer from the Fulcrum website, and not to the original in the festschrift … Continue Reading

Semper Reformanda in a Changing World: Calvin, Usury and Evangelical Moral Theology

Originally published in Sung Wook Chung (ed), Alister E McGrath and Evangelical Theology: A Dynamic Engagement, Paternoster Press, 2003, pp235-63. Reprinted here with the kind permission of Paternoster. The notes in the text are hyperlinked into the end notes; to return to the text, click on the end note number At the start of a … Continue Reading

Civil Partnerships and the Church in Wales – A Personal Response to Dr Andrew Goddard’s critique of the Statements of the Bishops of the Church in Wales

A Personal Response to Dr Andrew Goddard’s critique of the Statements of the Bishops of the Church in Wales by the Right Revd Anthony Crockett The Bishop of Bangor Your article The Bishops of the Church in Wales on Civil Partnerships: A Personal Response by Andrew Goddard in Fulcrum appears to be an interesting case of … Continue Reading