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Easter triumph

Arthur Middleton looks at the teaching of two bishops on the subject of 'Holy Dying' and is reassured by the unity of theological outlook It is often said that the Victorians were obsessed with death but our present age is [...]

2017-09-30T21:21:59+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Easter triumph

Arthur Middleton looks at the teaching of two bishops on the subject of 'Holy Dying' and is reassured by the unity of theological outlook It is often said that the Victorians were obsessed with death but our present age is [...]

2017-09-30T21:21:27+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Easter triumph

Arthur Middleton looks at the teaching of two bishops on the subject of 'Holy Dying' and is reassured by the unity of theological outlook It is often said that the Victorians were obsessed with death but our present age is [...]

2017-09-30T21:20:52+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Cheerful givers

Sarah is a woman that more are talking about. Not, however, because of another slimming product launch by 'Fergie'. No, this Sarah is one of the new generation of successful young women who are 'Single and Rich and Happy; highly [...]

2017-09-30T21:20:19+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Gamaliel principle

As the debate on women bishops returns to the church arena Owen Higgs outlines how existing legislation enacted by Synod should be understood, so that effective progress can be made Dear Reader, you have the advantage, for it is likely [...]

2017-09-30T21:19:44+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Continents and isles

As a recently ordained priest, Lee Kenyon is aware of the temptation of indulging in isolation, and explains why and how the Church of England should avoid becoming isolated from the rest of the Church As a 29-year-old priest - [...]

2017-09-30T21:19:13+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Christianity Lite

Those who regard Christianity as 'simple'are subscribing to a watered-down and insipid version of the real thing. Digby Anderson calls for a return to full-bodied religion One prominent supermarket has threatened that it will soon be selling wine with less [...]

2017-09-30T21:18:42+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Refusing invitations

The Rt Revd Graham James, Bishop of Norwich, warns that the refusal of some bishops to attend the Lambeth Conference signals a change in attitude which could cause damage to the unity of the church I have lost count of [...]

2017-09-30T21:18:08+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Are they serious?

John Shepley reflects on the debate in the Church in Wales and wonders whether the proponents of women bishops are really serious in their expressed desire to introduce them What concessions are proponents of the ordination of women as priests [...]

2017-09-30T21:17:33+00:00May 2008 Articles|

Confused debate

Richard Rolands gives a blow by blow account of the debate in the Church of Wales over women bishops, and how it came up with the wrong answer, to the annoyance of its archbishop The Governing Body of the Church [...]

2017-09-30T21:16:59+00:00May 2008 Articles|
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