Mark Fox. Reaction. 10 June 2019
The disruptors: ‘Climate change is the biggest ethical issue the Church of England faces‘ – Ethical Corporation
Ethical Corporation. 10 June 2019
Guardian. 7 June 2019
Church of England website. 10 June 2019
Justin Welby. Evenign Standard. 7 June 2019
Theos. 6 June 2019
Theos. 24 May 2019
Theos 21 May 2019
There were two interesting articles in the Church Times [recently] which illustrated well some of the challenges for the church of reading the Bible. The longer one was an interview with John Barton, former professor at the University of Oxford, following the publication earlier in the year of his book A History of the Bible.
Ian Paul. Psephizo. 29 April 2019
Harriet Sherwood. Guardian. 5 June 2019
Six months ago, mum-of-two Claire Snewin was simply a member of the congregation. Then, staff heard about her digital skills and today she leads a social media team, posting daily news and pictures on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Church of England website 31 May 2019
Theos. 4 June 2019
BBC 3 June 2019
Trump FAILS to say ‘amen’ after prayer at Westminster Abbey pleading for ‘compassion’ – Daily Express
Simon Osborne. Daily Express. 3 June 2019
Harriet Sherwood. Guardian 4 June 2019
Evangelist Franklin Graham was preaching in Manchester, N.H., last week when he said God put a “burden on his heart” to pray for President Trump, who he thinks is facing increasing pressure from his opponents.
Yonat Shimron. Religion News Service. 31 May 2019
This spring, the Bishop of Dudley, Graham Usher, has been encouraging congregations to make a difference to their local communities by organising a litter pilgrimage. A litter pilgrimage is a chance for Christian communities to join together, walking and praying while collecting any litter they might find.
Church of England website. 14 May 2019
Church of England website. 13 May 2019
Harriet Sherwood. Guardian 2 June 2019