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On Race #3: Bishop Wilfred Wood, A Black History Hero

In the third in his guest blog series 'On Race', Azariah France-Williams reflects on the life and legacy of Bishop Wilfred Wood, a black history hero.
13/11/2019
On Race #3: Bishop Wilfred Wood, A Black History Hero

Is it time to give up on church?

Stefan Paas, author of Pilgrims and Priests asks: Is there salvation inside the church?
08/11/2019
Is it time to give up on church?

What actually is a cathedral, anyway?

How should we think about cathedrals? Are they shop windows? Common spaces? Beacons? At a time of increasing interest in the mission and ministry of cathedrals, Judith Muskett introduces us to her forthcoming book Shop Window, Flagship, Common Ground: Metaphor in Cathedral and Congregation Studies.
30/10/2019
What actually is a cathedral, anyway?

At home in the pulpit....

Liz Shercliff reflects on John MacArthur, Beth Moore, and the gift of women preaching  
22/10/2019
At home in the pulpit....

Enough is Enough

Debates linking climate disaster to consumerism, excess and injustice, which have led to are far from new. The missiologist and former Bishop of Winchester, John Taylor published Enough is Enough in 1975, and yet much of it feels like it could have been written yesterday. 
14/10/2019
Enough is Enough

Whatever happened to Anglican promise?

Anglicanism cannot hope for syncretism, nor should it aim for it, argue Robert S. Heaney and William L. Sachs, whose book The Promise of Anglicanism is published this month. 
07/10/2019
Whatever happened to Anglican promise?

Does the church need to rediscover christenings?

Sarah Lawrence, author of A Rite on the Edge, asks whether the time has come for the church to leave behind its cynicism about 'folk religion'.
01/10/2019
Does the church need to rediscover christenings?

On Race #2: Traditions of the English

Here is the second of Azariah France-Williams's series for our blog reflecting on race, privilege and whiteness in the church.
26/09/2019
On Race #2: Traditions of the English

Coming soon to SCM Press

We've got a busy few months ahead. Here's what's coming...
23/09/2019
Coming soon to SCM Press

An ongoing conversation with the Bible

Rachel Starr, co-editor of the 2nd Edition of the SCM Studyguide to Biblical Hermeneutics, reflects on what she learned in the process of updating it for the new edition. 
16/09/2019
An ongoing conversation with the Bible

"Theology does not exist to keep the church’s trains running on time..."

The Eucharistic Faith, written by Ralph McMichael with a foreword by Stanley Hauerwas embarks on a journey towards a bold and ambitious new systematic theology of the Eucharist. Here, Ralph McMichael gives us a taste of why he thinks such a project is so vital. 
12/09/2019
"Theology does not exist to keep the church’s trains running on time..."

Why should preaching ignite the heart?

Kate Bruce speaks today as part of the final day of the Festival of Preaching. Her book Igniting the Heart has become something of a classic on preaching and imagination. Here's an extract.
10/09/2019
Why should preaching ignite the heart?

What I wish I'd known before I started studying theology...

We asked some of our authors the five things they wish they had known when they started studying theology. Here's what they said.
02/09/2019
What I wish I'd known before I started studying theology...

Romans: A radical theology of Peace in the midst of Empire

In the introduction to his new book, Reading Romans Backwards, Scot Mcknight argues that far from a piece of abstract theology Paul's letter to the Romans is a lived theology arising from two decades of experience.
29/08/2019
Romans: A radical theology of Peace in the midst of Empire

Exposing the sin of sexism: The prophetic task of the woman preacher

Liz Shercliff, author of Preaching Women: Gender, Power and the Pulpit, argues that women who preach must preach as women. 
27/08/2019
Exposing the sin of sexism: The prophetic task of the woman preacher