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Openly gay clerics will be questioned about the intimate detail of their sex life on behalf of the Archbishops of Canterbury or York before they can be considered to be a bishop, the Church of England has disclosed. Telegraph, 16 June 2013
16 June 2013
Openly gay clerics will be questioned about the intimate detail of their sex life on behalf of the Archbishops of Canterbury or York before they can be considered to be a bishop, the Church of England has disclosed. John Bingham. Daily Telegraph. 14 June 2013
16 June 2013
The West is suffering for its loss of faith. Unless we rediscover religion, our civilisation is in peril. By Jonathan Sacks, Spectator, 15 June 2013
13 June 2013
Richard W, My argument is not a 'thin end of the wedge' argument, although plenty could be given in this context. If this is about equlity and on-discrimination, it should be the duty of every Christian, and not just non-Christian social liberals , to make sure the church is not '...
This is cake and eat it stuff. It relegates theological talk to cultural talk, and then freezes it. It is either about something objective that is subjectively experienced, or it has the status of the novel. Now a novel might relate to experience and realities, but it can also inhabit the fantast...
Your Church is subject to the credal councils so it will never escape them, but even if it wasn't how would a simple "Jesus is Lord" Church operate that was not in some sense credal? As soon as Paul turned Jesus into a universal figure of salvation the proto-orthodox Church strand b...
Gordon Kuhrt reviews this book which tracks the global journey of Evangelicalism
Jon Kuhrt critiques David Nixon's attempt to articulate a good theology of homelessness
Andrew Goddard critiques the Bishop of Salisbury's re-presentiation of his views on same-sex marriage