A Comment on Robert Gagnon's 'The Bible and Homosexual Practice'

A Comment on ‘The Bible and Homosexual Practice’ by Robert Gagnon A paragraph from ‘The Church of England and Homosexuality’ in Terry Brown (ed.), Other Voices, Other Worlds: Global Church Speaks Out on Homosexuality(London: Darton Longman and Todd, 2006), written in 2005 by David Atkinson One of the most substantial and influential conservative contributions to … Continue Reading

Carving and Comments on the Cross

Kenyan Carving to Ponder Benson Ndaka St Andrew’s College, Kabare, Kenya Comments to Ponder Jürgen Moltmann The Crucified God (London: SCM Press, 1974) Christians who do not have the feeling that they must flee the crucified Christ have probably not yet understood him in a sufficiently radical way. (p38) When the crucified Jesus is called … Continue Reading

Easter Images

The Resurrection photo by Dennis Morris For the five other photographs of the ‘Easter Images’ project, click here. For details of the project – a partnership between the Diocese of London, the Church Mission Society, Dennis Morris and young people in Islington – click here and here and here. Fulcrum

Goddard to Goddard: Andrew to Giles, 13 November

Andrew Goddard 12th Nov 2007 Dear Giles, Thanks for your letter and sorry my decision to focus on the pressing Communion issues in mid-Sept was ‘perplexing’ and left you ‘not absolutely sure how it fits into our correspondence’. It is interesting that discussing these political issues seems so fruitless. If I’m totally honest I have … Continue Reading

The Doctrine of Salvation among African Christians

The Doctrine of Salvation among African Christians by Chigor Chike 1 Introduction This article which is taken form my book African Christianity in Britain will be devoted to how salvation is understood in African Christianity. The first task will be to describe how salvation is understood on the African continent. This will be followed and … Continue Reading