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Professor Chris Baker applauds the recent From Lament to Action report, and challenges the church to create a community where all of its members can breathe. Last week saw the publication of the latest Church of England report, published by its Anti-Racism taskforce, looking at institutional racism in its structures and hierarchies. I say the […]


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To bury or to praise?

by John Reader

23 Apr 2021

John Reader responds to our recent seminar on ‘Spaces of Trust’ and warns of the dangers of binaries in a digital age. ‘I come to bury Caesar not to praise him’. So says Mark Anthony at the start of his funeral oration to Caesar—according to Shakespeare. Anthony, of course, was dissembling and playing on the […]


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William Temple scholar Val Barron reflects on just how radical Christian social enterprise can be. One thing I had never expected when I began my research journey was that it would be so exciting. The excitement came when something I had not expected began to emerge from the data. I guess archaeologists feel something similar […]


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