Category Archives: Guest Contributors

A Gospel of Love Trumps Hate in the White House

by the Revd Professor Robert Gilbert, Biochemistry Fellow at Magdalen College, Oxford and Anglican parish priest Does his faith help us to see why Joe Biden is the American President needed right now? Political debate, and public discussion in the … Continue reading

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Church of England: Will the Quest for Youth Save Us?

by Dr Charlie Bell, Fellow at Girton College, Cambridge and ordinand at St Augustine’s College of Theology The Church of England has a serious age problem. Or so, at least, we are reliably informed. Dioceses are scrabbling around to improve … Continue reading

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The Sound of Silence

by Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester ‘How silently, how silently the wondrous gift is given’ So goes the famous line in the carol ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem.’  And yet the wondrous gift is far from silent. Not … Continue reading

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LLF: LISTEN TO ALL THE VOICES

by the Very Revd Nicholas Henshall, Dean of Chelmsford Contested conversations and the life of faith Contested conversation is written into Old Testament narrative. Indeed, the Bible presents contested conversation as its primary hermeneutical model. It still stands at the … Continue reading

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LLF: Please Break the Silence, Bishops

by Dr Charlie Bell, Fellow at Girton College, Cambridge and ordinand at St Augustine’s College of Theology  How long must I bear pain in my soul,    and have sorrow in my heart all day long? (Psalm 13) Since LLF was published … Continue reading

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LLF: Bishops – The Time Is Now!

by Jay Greene, Member of General Synod and Member of the Co-ordinating Group for the General Synod’s Sexuality and Gender Group Back in January I was fortunate to go to Wales and see Cherry Vann consecrated as bishop of Monmouth. … Continue reading

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LLF: Power, “Mother Church” and the Anglican Communion

by Dr Jo Sadgrove, Research Fellow at the Centre for Religion and Public Life at the University of Leeds; Research and Learning advisor, USPG and Member of the Social & Biological Science working group of LLF Over the years, I … Continue reading

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Living in Love & Faith – My Journey

by Rt Revd Christopher Cocksworth, Bishop of Coventry and Chair of the Living in Love and Faith project I am very grateful to be asked to contribute to Via Media and to share some thoughts on Living in Love and … Continue reading

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Scripture & Sexuality – Taking Nothing For Granted

by the Ven Nikki Groarke, Archdeacon of Dudley, Member of General Synod and Co-Founder of the Evangelical Forum on General Synod ViaMedia.News · Scripture & Sexuality – Taking Nothing for Granted – Ven Nikki Groarke At the beginning of this … Continue reading

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Wise Leadership: Needed Now More Than Ever!

by the Ven Elizabeth Adekunle, Archdeacon of Hackney Our leadership matters now more than ever, as we look to our leaders to steer us through these choppy and unpredictable waters. The world has been faced with grave uncertainty because of … Continue reading

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