Category Archives: Angus Ritchie

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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“Ambition, Power and the Gospel”

Reflections on the race for London’s Mayor by Canon Dr Angus Ritchie Would you like to have more power? The word “power” usually produces a pretty negative reaction, especially among religious people. Our immediate reaction is often to focus on … Continue reading

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Modelling “Both-And” Christianity

by Canon Dr Angus Ritchie, Executive Director, The Centre for Theology & Community. Pope Francis and Archbishop Justin have a striking amount in common. Both reject the idea that religion is a matter of ‘other-worldly’ piety. Both are outspoken in … Continue reading

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