/March 2007 Articles

Moderately liberal

Let us not forget it is a fine thing to be liberal - open and generous Paul Griffin discusses the right use of the word and its connotations We all, from our editor downwards and sideways, call those we disagree [...]

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The making of books

Margaret Laird would have us remember the work and commitment that went into producing a book in the days before printing and what this meant for the seriousness with which it would be read and studied Some weeks before Lent, [...]

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Slaves and salvation

As we mark the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade Simon Hearts wants us to see the institution of slavery and the motivation for its abolition as something far broader than is commonly understood Since the [...]

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Comment

It has taken some time for the gloom in the second half of 2006 to dissipate. We could not have predicted how depressing that July Synod would prove to be. The Archbishop of York's disapproval of Cardinal Kasper, the Bishop [...]

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