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Blogs from the last 31 days

 

The archbishop of Canterbury has had successes over female bishops and payday lenders, and is now trying to steer the church away from telling people how to behave

 

A friend – an atheist for decades – rang me the other night and told me he'd returned to the Catholic Church. "And you'll never guess who converted me," he said. "Your wife?" "No! It was Richard Dawkins!"

 

This Lent we, and thousands of others, made the rise of hunger in the UK the focus of our fasting. It has been a time of sorrowful and deep reflection on a rise we see every day in the numbers visiting food banks in towns and cities across the country.

 

Read the ‘Consumer’ Feedback On ‘The Pilgrim Course’ on the Lay Anglicana blog

 

Without gender equality none of the Millennium Development Goals or proposed sustainable development goals will be accomplished. This was the conclusion of the Anglican Communion delegation of women ..........

 

Eric Pickles attacks opponents of religion who try and “impose” their “politically correct intolerance”

 

Giles Fraser comments: The biblical commandment of Shmita goes right to the heart of what sort of country Israel is: religious or secular?

 
Thursday, 3 April 2014

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George Herbert described in his vicar's manual, The Country Parson, how a parson should use the Bible, but his methods apply to all Christians. They also, I hope, demonstrate that Christians do not have to be (and should not be) Biblical fundamentalists or literalists.

 

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is chairing the first meeting of the Archbishops’ Evangelism Task Group at Lambeth Palace today.

 

Archbishop of Canterbury marries his daughter to Christian song-writer at Canterbury Cathedral exactly a year after his own enthronement as leader of the Church of England on the same spot.

 

This week, three of my fellow bloggers have travelled to Cambodia with Tearfund to visit communities living in poverty being transformed through the local church.

 
 
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