• Articles

  • Does the Roman Empire hold the key to understanding the book of Revelation?

    Tyler Lorraine Higgins 6 October 2017

    “There I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast that was covered with blasphemous names and had seven heads… read more

  • Changing Attitudes in Church in Wales

    Manon Ceridwen James 6 October 2017

    As a campaigning group wanting full equality for LGBT+ in the Church in Wales, we, the Changing Attitude Trawsnewid Agwedd… read more

  • Death, Resurrection and Ascension: the Marvel Method

    Christopher Chiu-Tabet 7 July 2017

    How the Marvel Cinematic Universe has united directors religious and non-religious alike for an ongoing cycle of rebirth,written by Christopher… read more

  • Hipstianity – “When Church and Cool Collide”

    Emma Riches 30 June 2017

    Emma Riches speaks to Brett McCracken about hipsters, faith, and new religion. From coffee shops to clothing brands, Hipster style… read more

  • Our Holy Ground – John Morgans and Peter Noble

    Abdul-Azim Ahmed 6 December 2016

    Gerald of Wales is famous for his medieval accounts of travelling through Wales. As clergyman and royal clerk, he accompanied… read more

  • Religious Ambiguity in The Exorcist

    Gavin Hurley 6 December 2016

    After years of optimistic denial, I finally admit it. A number of people—including people with premium pedigrees and advanced degrees—do… read more

  • Sacred Politics—Trump, Brexit and Civil Religion

    Abdul-Azim Ahmed 6 December 2016

    During the US elections, President-elect Trump’s comments about Muslims were uniquely inflammatory. He called for a ban on Muslims entering… read more

  • The Trump Delusion

    Andrew Grey 13 July 2016

    Lots of Christians have an issue with Donald Trump. The pastor of a Presbyterian church he attended in Iowa earlier… read more

  • Investigating the Missing Mary Magdalene in Islam

    Nakita Valerio 3 January 2016

    Nakita Valerio explores the absence of Mary Madalene from Islamic scripture, despite the importance placed on Jesus as a significant… read more

  • The Value of Pluralism – Christian Reflections on John Hick

    Stephen Graham 13 December 2015

    A Pew Research study published in May has shown that Christianity has a shrinking share of the population in the… read more

  • The Same God?

    Josef Linnhoff 5 May 2015

    Josef Linnhoff reviews Miroslav Volf’s Allah : A Christian Response The ubiquitous ‘Islam and the West’ debate is arguably becoming… read more

  • 7 Religious Ideas Worth Reflecting On

    Abdul-Azim Ahmed 5 May 2015

    There are some ideas and nuggets of knowledge that make you pause and think. Either because its forces you to… read more

  • We Need to Look After the Welfare of our Clergy

    Andrew Grey 5 May 2015

    If you’re not Christian, what comes to your mind when you hear of a “clergyman” or “priest”? Do you imagine… read more

  • Religious Pluralism is God’s Will

    Rabbi Allen Maller 5 May 2015

    Most college students have at one time or another asked, ‘If there is only one God why are there so… read more

  • Justice with Mercy for Criminals

    Andrew Grey 5 May 2015

    Dead Man Walking is one of the most powerful films I’ve ever seen. For readers who are unfamiliar with the… read more

  • Can the Church of England Attract Young People Again?

    Andrew Grey 16 February 2015

    Andrew Grey argues the Church of England should ignore gimmicks and attract the youth with its authentic message. The Church… read more

  • Progressives Must Not Become the New Bigots

    Andrew Grey 16 February 2015

    A reflection on the etiquettes of disagreement by Andrew Grey. In a BBC Question Time debate in 2012, on same-sex… read more

  • Evangelism

    Conviction without Evangelicalism

    Andrew Grey 27 December 2014

    Andrew Grey explores whether there can be a middle ground between proclaiming your religious faith at every opportunity and hiding… read more

  • The Vicar of Baghdad

    Andrew Grey 2 November 2014

    Andrew Grey argues the example of the Vicar of Baghdad is one other Christians must emulate. The picture above is… read more

  • Westboro Baptist Church protest

    Phelps may be gone, but his legacy lives on

    Andrew Grey 2 June 2014

    Fred Phelps, the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church, now synonymous with hate, has passed away. But similar attitudes persist… read more

  • Don’t let your goodwill be abused

    Karen Willows 18 May 2014

    Debate on whether Britain is a Christian country hides a much more practical debate, argues Karen Willows. “I believe we… read more

  • Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

    Welby: the Archbishop who doesn’t fit our labels

    Andrew Grey 25 April 2013

    Like many Christians, of all denominations, I felt a deep sadness on hearing of Rowan Williams’ resignation from his post… read more