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Public Failures and Hidden Successes: a Comparative History of Protestant Missions Five Centuries After the Reformation


Prof Alec Ryrie

Professor Alec Ryrie considers the history of the Protestant missionary movement, in particular in South Africa, Korea and China.

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The Pope and the Archbishop in the Middle East: Religion, Politics and Faith

Revd Dr Yazid Said


Revd Dr Yazid Said

The Revd Dr Yazid Said reflects on the significance of the visits, in May 2017, of Pope Francis to Egypt and of the Archbishop of Canterbury to Jordan and Israel/Palestine.

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Recife: Anglican Theology and Public Engagement: Interweavings No 21, May 2017

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For May's Interweavings, Bishop Graham reflects on the recent Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference in Recife, Brazil.

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Early Anglican Mission Invovlement in India: Theological Reflections


Daniel Jeyaraj

Professor Jeyaraj considers the Lutheran-Anglican (SPCK) early engagement in mission in South East India based a Tranquebar and elsewhere

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Simon Barrington-Ward: Anglican Ecclesiology of Grace in Brokenness

Revd Dr Andy Lord


Revd Dr Andy Lord

Andy Lord considers the subtle ecclesiology, generated from contextual Anglican mission, by Simon Barrington-Ward, General Secretary of the Church Mission Society 1975-85, who was later Bishop of Coventry.

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