"We need Bishop Wilfred Wood's Voice More Than Ever"Last year, we published a blog piece by A.D.A. France-Williams on the life and legacy of Bishop Wilfred Wood. In case you missed it, we're re-posting it here.
Are churches complicit in the rise of the far right?Ulrich Schmiedel and Hannah Strømmen on their new book The Claim to Christianity: Responding to the Far Right.
Four books to look out for this summer....We've got looks to look forward to this summer. Here's a taste of just four books that are on the way...
Simon Cuff on his new book 'Only God Will Save Us'Fr Simon Cuff introduces his new book 'Only God Will Save Us: The Nature of God and the Christian Life'
"The death of George Floyd is the death of every black human"A.D.A. France-Williams, author of Ghost Ship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England, reflects on the death of George Floyd, and asks how the church will respond.
What has John's Gospel got to do with justice?Kathleen P. Rushton on her new book, The Cry of the Earth and the Cry of the Poor: Hearing Justice in John’s Gospel.
We Need to Talk about ShameJudith Rossall on her forthcoming book Forbidden Fruit and Fig Leaves: Shame and the Bible
Why Study Religious Experience?Jeff Astley introduces his new textbook, the SCM Studyguide to Religious and Spiritual Experience.
Multicultural Kingdom: Ethnic Diversity, Mission and the ChurchAn extract from Harvey Kwiyani's book Multicultural Kingdom
"Kingdom Stories": Rituals and Stories under LockdownVaughan S. Roberts explains why his new book, Kingdom Stories, has taken on a new resonance in light of recent events.
"There is enough food for everybody but not everybody is getting enough"In this extract from his new book Bread of Life in Broken Britain Charles Pemberton outlines some of the complexities at the heart of the growth of food bank use.
#TheologyinIsolation 14: Health Surveillance from the CrossEric Stoddart gives a theological perspective on public health surveillance
#TheologyinIsolation 13: Teachers Educating as Genuine WitnessesDanielle Lynch asks 'who are teachers called to be in the midst of COVID-19'
#TheologyinIsolation 12: Waking in GethsemaneFor Good Friday, Sanjee Perera reflects on our Gethsemane moment
#TheologyinIsolation 11: Humans aren't a virus, actuallyHannah Malcolm on pandemics, and making peace with the earth