Tola Mbakwe. Premier 9 November 2019
Christian Today 9 November 2019
Thirty years ago today the Berlin Wall fell. What follows is the basic text of a lecture I gave at Bradford Cathedral on Wednesday 6 November. It was followed by a very good Q & A which is not recorded here.
Bishop Nick Baines blog. 9 November 2019
Notícias da Semana do Anglican Communion News Service - 8 de novembro de 2019
Noticias semanales de Anglican Communion News Service del 8 de noviembre de 2019
Infos hebdomadaire de l’Anglican Communion News Service – 8 novembre 2019
Kim Kardashian says she wants to honour husband Kanye West’s ‘beautiful’ Christian faith journey – Christian Today
Christian Today. 6 November 2019
Ruth Sax. Premier. 8 November 2019
A sculpture of Jesus, depicted as a homeless person on a bench, is to be a focal point for events marking the World Day of the Poor.
A church member from Chicago has moved to Madrid to help the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church set up an Anglican Pilgrim Centre
Archbishop of York has called for urgent action to be taken to stop the oil spills that are devastating communities in Nigeria’s Bayelsa state.
Tola Mbakwe. Premier 5 November 2019
Oliver Wainwright. Guardian. 5 November 2019
The UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran has reiterated his concerns over the “disturbing” treatment of religious minorities in Iran, including Christian converts, who he says are “consistently persecuted”.
Article 18 November 5 2019
Tributes have been paid to leaders of A Rocha – an international organisation promoting global care of creation - who were in a car accident
Mothers’ Union members in the Pacific Islands have been celebrating their centenary with a week of events in the Solomon Islands.
Clergy from the US Episcopal church joined immigration activists last week outside a federal building where deportation orders are issued.
Christian Today 6 November 2019
‘Locked in extreme poverty’: Christian charity finds households using food banks live on £50 a week – Premier
Ruth Sax. Premier. 5 November 2019
There is a widespread belief — amounting almost to a cultural assumption in many influential circles — that assigns to religion an inherent tendency to violence. An extreme expression that encapsulates this and much else is in the subtitle to the American publication of Christopher Hitchens’s book, God is not Great. The subtitle was, “How Religion Poisons Everything.” This assumption sometimes carries with it the thought that religion is predominant, or even unique, in embodying the tendency to violence.
Tony Coady. ABC Relgion & Ethics. 31 October 2019