#TheologyinIsolation 8 - 'Losing Touch'Andrew Graystone reflects on the nature and meaning of touch in a time of social distancing.
#TheologyinIsolation 7: "Prophets and Priests in a Pandemic"Continuing our #TheologyinIsolation series, The Revd. Danny Pegg considers our challenge to be both prophets and priests.
New titles for Spring 2020Here’s a snapshot of what is coming in the next few months.
#TheologyinIsolation 6 - "A View from the Middle: Trauma Theology and COVID-19"Continuing our #TheologyinIsolation series, Florence O'Taylor reflects on what trauma theology teaches us about the risk of rushing to redemption narratives and easy explanations.
#TheologyinIsolation 5: Love, not fear - Life Together in a time of CoronavirusTaylor Wilton-Morgan suggests that now is a good time to re-read Bonhoeffer's Life Together
#TheologyinIsolation 4: "Annunciation in a time of Isolation"As Aotearoa New Zealand joins the UK and much of the world in a state of lockdown, Steve Taylor finds that the Feast of the Annunciation offers the perfect lens through which to think theologically about isolation.
#TheologyinIsolation 3: Karen O'Donnell - 'Theology from the place where it hurts'Continuing our #TheologyinIsolation series, Karen O'Donnell reflects on a strange time of hope, innovation, and pain.
#TheologyinIsolation 2: 'A Liturgy During a Pandemic' by Porter C. TaylorToday, as we reach the end of an anxious week, and we fear for what the future holds, liturgical theologian Porter Taylor offers us his 'Liturgy During a Pandemic'.
#TheologyInIsolation 1: Simon CuffOver the next few weeks, we're giving over our blog for #TheologyinIsolation - bringing words of theological hope into our anxious times. Today, Fr Simon Cuff shares with us a sermon preached on Sunday 15th March, during Evensong at All Saints Margaret Street, London.
Bearing Witness in HopeThis month, we publish Bearing Witness in Hope, edited by Cathy Ross and Humphrey Southern. In today's blog post, Cathy Ross explains why the book is more relevant now than ever.
What is leadership?Ian Parkinson, author of Understanding Christian Leadership reflects on the purpose of leaders.
In the midst of a pandemic, how can "others" become "people"?A guest post from Anna Ruddick, author of Reimagining Mission from Urban Places
Academic Book Week: The books that changed how we saw the wordThis week (9th-13th March) is Academic Book Week. To celebrate, we asked our authors about the books that have most influenced them.
Meet the Theology Slam Finalists: Sam HodsonTake theology, mix it up with some of the most pressing questions of the day, and serve it up in the form of challenging, provocative, TED-style talks. That's the challenge we’ve given our three Theology Slam finalists, and we thought we'd introduce you to each of them, ahead of the Live Final on 26th March. We've already heard from Augustine Tanner-Ihm, who'll be speaking on Theology and Race, and Molly Boot, speaking on Theology and #MeToo. Today, we're meeting Sam Hodson, whose chosen topic is Theology and Disability.
Meet the Theology Slam Finalists: Molly BootTake theology, mix it up with some of the most pressing questions of the day, and serve it up in the form of challenging, provocative, TED-style talks. That's the challenge we’ve given our three Theology Slam finalists, and we thought we'd introduce you to each of them. Today, we're meeting Molly Boot, whose chosen topic is Theology and #MeToo