In this month's TMA

March 2018

  • Tributes to Billy Graham, including a personal reflection by the Revd Peter Corney
  • Bishop Lindsay Urwin warns that Christianity faces “growing intolerance”; Barney Zwartz on how to resist “anti-religion agenda”; Archdeacon Craig D’Alton on the challenge of growing churches in a hostile world; an interview with Swedish evangelical leader Stefan Gustavsson about reviving the “defence of faith” to counter secularism; and the Revd Paul Arnott  writes that Christians need to rebuild their credibility by the way they live their lives
  • A report on the Most Revd Kay Goldsworthy’s installation as the Archbishop of Perth, and the first woman in the world to have the title “Archbishop”
  • Oxford Dean Martyn Percy and US activist Jim Wallis critique President Trump’s belief system
  • “How will corporate tax cuts serve the common good?” asks Canon Dr Ray Cleary;
  • Retired judge David Harper AM on the urgent need for a national anti-corruption commission
  • Professor of Biophysics Andrew Wood explains why, as a scientist, he continues to be a Christian
  • “Without silence and stillness the soul can starve”: the Revd Akhil Gardner, assistant curate at All Saints’ Greensborough, reflects on how he has found that silence and stillness offer an antidote to “spiritual snacking”.

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