Former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey given permission to preach by the Church of England

Jul 15, 2018 by

by Olivia Rudgard, Telegraph: Former Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey has been given back permission to preach by the Church of England, it has emerged. The news comes just two weeks before the child abuse inquiry is set examine allegations that Lord Carey was among senior church figures who...

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Will Church of England Turn to Pentecostal Preachers to Boost Membership?

Jul 9, 2018 by

by Brendan Showalter, Christian Post: The Church of England may be turning to other traditions for revitalization amid plummeting numbers, in hopes that “fresh” preaching styles will reinvigorate and reverse their declining membership. While the cathedrals and church buildings The...

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Do good, and not because it makes you look good

Jul 8, 2018 by

by Julian Mann, TCW: We are coming to the end of our summer sermon series on the Apostle Paul’s letter to Titus. As we have seen so far in this gem of a New Testament letter, Paul had left his fellow Christian worker Titus on the Greek island of Crete with a job to do. They had together preached...

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Here’s what the public really thought of Bishop Michael Curry’s sermon

Jun 21, 2018 by

by Peter Ould, Premier: Rev Peter Ould takes a deep dive into Theos’ research and discovers some surprising findings. Theos, the think tank that explores the place of religion in British society, has commissioned some research to explore the attitude of the British public to that sermon from...

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What did Britain really think of the Royal Wedding sermon?

Jun 20, 2018 by

by Charlotte Hobson, Theos: The recent Royal Wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex received global attention. Speculations about Meghan Markle’s dress, gossip about her familial relationships and gushing coverage of the day’s events were discussed religiously by media outlets worldwide. On the...

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Ecclesiastes 10: The Stench of Folly and the Perfume of Christ

Jun 3, 2018 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: One rotten apple spoils the barrel. One badly behaved child can disrupt a whole class. One abusive clergyman can harm a whole church. One dead fly ruins perfume. Solomon having told us about the necessity of wisdom then goes on to explain how a little foolishness...

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