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Tag Archives: Modern Church
‘Seeking the sacred’ was the title of last week’s annual conference of Modern Church together with the World Congress of Faiths. We heard speakers from a wide range of different faith traditions, and in some cases representatives of different traditions … Continue reading
What does liberal theology have to offer, why does it matter, why bother defending it? How can it increase its influence? Should it get more political? These are some of the questions we discussed at Modern Church’s Council meeting on … Continue reading
‘Church of England tied in knots over allowing gay men to become bishops’, said the Guardian a few weeks ago. The late Colin Slee’s leaked memo made national news, accusing archbishops of ‘behaving badly’ with temper tantrums and steamrollering decisions … Continue reading
The world of Anglicanism is changing. How should we rspond? How should an organization like the MCU respond? In particular, how should we relate to campaigns, and single issue groups promoting them?