/March 2009 Articles

devotional

Betrayals and denials Chris Collins Deep in Johns account of the Passion is the question placed on Pilate's lips: 'What is truth?' Like all the many details in John's Gospel, the writer wants us to ponder on this question - [...]

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devotional

Betrayals and denials Chris Collins Deep in Johns account of the Passion is the question placed on Pilate's lips: 'What is truth?' Like all the many details in John's Gospel, the writer wants us to ponder on this question - [...]

2017-10-02T14:34:36+00:00 March 2009 Articles|

arts, books, other reviews

ANDREA PALLADIO His Life and Legacy Royal Academy Until 13 April Admission £9 Andrea di Pietro della Gondola, known as Palladio, lived and worked in the Veneto, that region around Venice which includes Verona, Vicenza and Padua. His greatest work [...]

2017-10-02T14:11:36+00:00 March 2009 Articles|

correspondents

Egypt Divided but no schism 5 February 2009 There is no 'schism' in the Anglican Communion, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams declared today at the close of the Meeting of Primates of the Anglican Communion in Alexandria, Egypt. The archbishop [...]

2017-10-02T14:10:47+00:00 March 2009 Articles|

letters to the Editor

Countryside planning From Mr Kenneth Horton As an elderly member of the congregation of a rural church where the nearest C parish is a fifty miles round trip away, the fact that there are women priests is something my wife [...]

2017-10-02T14:10:11+00:00 March 2009 Articles|

Forward in Faith update

An Additional National Assembly... Well over 400 delegates were present at our National Assembly in the Emmanuel Centre on Saturday, 14 February, in order to hear from members of General Synod what had transpired earlier that week, as the women [...]

2017-10-02T14:09:40+00:00 March 2009 Articles|

30 days

Something old... 30Days readers will no doubt remember the case of Bill Melnyk, a priest of The Episcopal Church (proprietor: Mrs K.J. Schori) who was also a druid called Oak-Wyse; as well as perhaps the case of Ann Holmes Redding, [...]

2017-10-02T14:09:04+00:00 March 2009 Articles|

the way we live now

Geoffrey Kirk raises the unavoidable issue of money and wonders whether the Church of England will repeat the mistakes of the past The time has come in the protracted debate about the inclusion of women in the apostolic ministry to [...]

2017-10-02T14:06:54+00:00 March 2009 Articles|

faith of our fathers

Arthur Middleton on Christian Unity In his Vindication of the English Church (1654), John Bramhall took as a motto some famous words of Pacian, Bishop of Barcelona (365-90), who resisted the heresy of Novationism: 'My name is Christian, my surname [...]

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