Theology in Isolation
#TheologyinIsolation 22: Re-Beating the BoundsTo mark Rogationtide, Danny Pegg asks how the ancient Christian season might speak to our present crisis.
#TheologyinIsolation 21: Is God Still God For Us?If God is for us, asks Richard Magrath, what happens when the churches are locked?
#TheologyinIsolation 20: Finding God's action in the midst of a pandemicBrett Gray on why we need - carefully - to remember that the world is still a theatre of divine glory.
#Theology in Isolation 19: The Academy - Lessons from LockdownAt times like these, theological reflection is theology's first responder, Kirsty Borthwick argues.
#TheologyinIsolation 18: Though we are many – Towards a new dawn of ecumenismTom Mumford on ecumenism in a time of COVID-19
#TheologyinIsolation 17: Exile, Isolation, and the Writings of Elizabeth MelvilleMelanie Harrington on how Elizabeth Melville's words offer a glimpse of hope in a time of exile.
#TheologyinIsolation 16: Covid-19 and the Command to LoveDafydd Mills Daniel on love of God, love of neighbour, and everyday pilgrimage in a time of lockdown.
#TheologyinIsolation 15: How should we draw on the Christian tradition during Covid-19?Gabrielle Thomas warns us to stop and think about context, before we rush to draw parallels between our situation and that of those in the past.
#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
#TheologyinIsolation 10 - Is talking about the pandemic as 'a battle' the best we can do?ADA France-Williams asks if we need to find a metaphor to explain our situation
#TheologyinIsolation 9: A New Parochialism?In the next in our #TheologyinIsolation series, David Bagnall asks whether the current crisis might mean the church rediscovers the importance of the local.
#TheologyinIsolation 8 - 'Losing Touch'Andrew Graystone reflects on the nature and meaning of touch in a time of social distancing.