Monthly Archives: June 2016

Why Do Christians Disagree?

by Rt Revd David Atkinson, Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Southwark ‘I urge Euodia and I urge Syntyche to agree in the Lord.’  St Paul seems to have a lot to say about Christians agreeing.  In the letter to … Continue reading

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Trusting Our Gut – How We Ultimately Decide

by Jayne Ozanne, Editor of ViaMedia.News So which way will you vote in the Great Debate over Brexit?  We have had a host of senior figures “coming out” on both sides of the debate, keen to sway our thinking by … Continue reading

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‘Do You See This Woman?’

by the Very Revd Dr David Ison, Dean of St Paul’s It was a scandal. How dare he overturn nearly two millennia of tradition and upset people’s faith unnecessarily? And he’s kept doing it. It’s absolutely against the rules….  So … Continue reading

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Having a Difficult Conversation

by the Rev Canon Simon Butler, Prolocutor of Canterbury Once in a while everyone has to have a difficult conversation. The work colleague who isn’t too keen on personal hygiene; someone you manage whose performance requires attention; a long-term relationship … Continue reading

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Oliver O’Donovan – A Role Model for Good Disagreement?

by Canon Dr Angus Ritchie, Director of The Centre for Theology & Community “Good disagreement” is always a via media between two dangerous extremes. At one extreme is the kind of argument that is simply polarising and point-scoring; a zero-sum game where I can … Continue reading

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