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Upcoming UK Seminars 2017:
On 3rd May, The Revd Dr Daniel Jeyaraj will be speaking at Durham University on 'Early Anglican mission involvement in India: Theological Reflections'. He will also give this Seminar on 30th May at Westminster Abbey. Daniel is Professor of World Christianity and the Director of Andrew F. Walls Centre for the Study of African and Asian Christianity at Liverpool Hope University. Professor Alec Ryrie will give a Seminar at Lambeth Palace on 8th June, speaking on 'Public Failures and Hidden Successes: A Comparative History of Protestant Missions Five Centuries After the Reformation'. Professor Ryrie is a Professor in the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University.
Upcoming Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference
From 24th-27th April, Bishop Graham will be in Recife, Brazil, for the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference 'Anglican Theology and Public Engagement'. You can read more about the conference here.
11/04/2017 An Interweaving
For April's Interweavings, Bishop Graham reflects on the recent Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference, a webinar hosted by St George's College, Jerusalem.
This article was also published on the Covenant website, available here: http://livingchurch.org/covenant/2017/04/20/jerusalem-intercontinental-webinar/
Bishop Graham's poems on the paintings of Silvia Dimitrova (as written about by him in his June 2016 Interweavings here:
http://www.missiontheologyanglican.org/interweavings/women-in-the-bible-interweavings-no-10-june-2016/) translated into Italian by Gemma Debono, Pontifical Urban University.
The Revd David Goodhew
David Goodhew examines why some parts of the Anglican Communion are growing fast and others are not.
Originally published by the Church Times (https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2017/6-january/features/features/a-story-of-growth-and-decline) and republished here with permission.
21/03/2017 An Interweaving
Bishop Graham's Interweavings for March focuses on Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion: 1980 to the Present. Edited by David Goodhew, Director of Ministerial Practise at Cranmer Hall, St John’s College, Durham, it was published by Routledge in December 2016.