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[Robinson-Brown] identifies the suffering of Black LGBTQ+ Christians with Christ’s suffering. But this identification cannot reflect what is truly radical and new in the cross. It is the darkness of death on the cross that judges all our systems, not simply the suffering that makes us more ‘righteous’.


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Maria Power praises the new edited volume ‘Coming Home’ for its much-needed theological reflections on housing and homelessness. Over the past 18 months, the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdowns have taught us just how important our homes are. For those of us who live in cities, our proximity to our neighbours, along with our constant […]


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John Reader reflects on Anita Sethi’s recent memoir, following both her internal and external journeys, and applauding her use of digital media to bring about new forms of public interaction. This will not be a ‘normal’ book review, but then this is not a normal book. It is an exceptional book touching reflectively on themes […]


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