Mission action plans and outreach ideas abound in the Anglican Church, but do we actually talk about Jesus? How do we proclaim Jesus as Anglicans? And what do we mean by evangelism?
As a person of relative privilege, I am convinced that we are called to use our privilege for the good of others.
Just as the Catholic Church was challenged to explore and implement more participatory synodality, so Anglicans were challenged to re-receive synodality especially in its character of spiritual discernment as a means of unity.
Robyn Whitaker is associate professor of New Testament at the University of Divinity, Melbourne. In this book she tells us about the Bible, and how we read and interpret it.
It’s not the fact that Jesus prayed for us, but that he prayed at all, says theological scholar Adam Couchman.
Even though we are well warned about the unproductiveness of outrage it nonetheless seems very attractive, especially when it becomes a shared societal response.
Whatever the response has been, the church has an opportunity to show more love to the millions of people in this country who struggle with mental health.
Kingship, servanthood, and suffering are held together in the Psalms, as in the portrait of Jesus in the New Testament
I’ve always found the first verse of Matthew 4 confronting: “Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit to be tested by the devil.”
Following the release of the first known National Church study into the prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) within a faith community, representatives of the Anglican Church have come together to begin to map out a national church approach to the prevention of violence against women.