Thinking Anglicans

opinions before Remembrance Sunday

Giles Fraser writes in this week’s Church Times about Onward faithful eco-warriors.

Last week, Jonathan Bartley had Thoughts on Thought for the Day in the Church Times.

And John Shelby Spong was interviewed in the Church Times by Terence Handley McMath.

Ruth Gledhill wrote in The Times about the lecture given by Jonathan Sacks. See Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks: Islam must separate religion from power. And also Chief Rabbi: fundamentalism heading our way ‘with force of hurricane’. The full text of his lecture is available from the foot of this page, as a .doc file.

The Guardian today has an article about the Religious Experience Research Centre by Roger Tagholm.

In The Times Peter Townley writes about Forty years in the wilderness in East Germany.

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Pluralist
11 years ago

It’s fair to say that religious experience interest included, Paul Badham’s Anglicanism is continuous and consistent with Alistair Hardy’s Unitarianism.

Father Ron Smith
11 years ago

“Ecclesiastical Unity is not a proper goal for the Church. The Anglican Church was a political compromise at its birth. There never has been a time where agreement among Anglicans was total. The relentless search for truth is. There is no commandment to reconcile Anglicans to each other. There is a commandment to reconcile the world to God. The two are not the same.” Bp.John S. Spong Whenever I think about the statements of Bp.John Selby Spong, I am persuaded that he is a reminder to all of us of the story of the ‘curate’s egg’ – good in parts… Read more »

Martin Reynolds
Martin Reynolds
11 years ago

I notice Lord Sacks had been tipped off about the appointment of the bishop of Peterborough “The Chief Rabbi was delivering the annual lecture to the think-tank Theos in London to an audience of politicians, journalists, academics, businessmen and faith representatives. He warned that Europe’s loss of a tolerant religious culture made it vulnerable to the advance of fundamentalism. Tolerant religion was “the only strong enough defence with some of the religiosity that is coming our way with the force of a hurricane,” the Chief Rabbi said. “Let me be blunt. Either we win or the fundamentalists win and that… Read more »

Pat O'Neill
Pat O'Neill
11 years ago

“Unity in Diversity…” Hmmm. Didn’t Gene Roddenberry present something quite similar some 40 years ago: IDIC, Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations….?

Pat O'Neill
Pat O'Neill
11 years ago

“Unity in Diversity…” Hmmm. Didn’t Gene Roddenberry present something quite similar some 40 years ago: IDIC, Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations….?

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