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Simon Barrington-Ward: Anglican Ecclesiology of Grace in Brokenness

Revd Dr Andy Lord

05/05/2017

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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Public Theology and the Brazilian Religious Field: Questions and Contributions from an Anglican Perspective

25/04/2017

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Recife, Brazil, 24-27th April 2017.

 

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God is not homophobic: An Anglican Contribution to Overcoming Homophobia

25/04/2017

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Recife, Brazil from 24th - 27th April 2017.

 

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Ecumenism and Interfaith Dialogue: A Mode of Doing Public Theology

25/04/2017

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Recife, Brazil from 24th - 27th April 2017.

 

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Biblical Notes on Mission and Theology: Doing theology through activism for life

25/04/2017

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Recife, Brazil from 24th - 27th April 2017.

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Public religion and public theology: the message of justice and affirmation of pluralism in a divided and commodified society

25/04/2017

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Recife, Brazil from 24th - 27th April 2017.

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Jerusalem Intercontinental Webinar, Interweavings No 20, April 2017

11/04/2017    An Interweaving

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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/ 

http://livingchurch.org/covenant/2017/04/20/jerusalem-intercontinental-webinar/

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Four Sabbatical Scholars at Durham, Cambridge and Oxford: Interweavings Number 17, January 2017

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Bishop Graham's Interweavings for January looks at the four Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Sabbatical Scholars in the UK.

 

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Bengaluru: Contextual Mission in India: Interweavings Number 15, November 2016

23/12/2016    An Interweaving

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Bishop Graham's 15th Interweavings is a reflection of his time in Bengaluru for the Mission Theology Conference in October 2016.

This article is also available to read on Covenant: http://livingchurch.org/covenant/2016/12/22/bengaluru-contextual-mission-in-india/ 

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Gender and Sustainable Development in Africa

21/11/2016

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A Seminar of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project, given by the the Revd Dr Lydia Mwaniki at Durham University on 23rd November and Lambeth Palace on 24th November. 

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Rome: 50th Anniversary Symposium and Lecture: Interweavings Number 14, October 2016

18/11/2016    An Interweaving

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Bishop Graham's October Interweavings reflects on his visit to Rome for the 50th Anniversary of the Anglican Centre in Rome, and a lecture he gave at the Pontifical Urban University.

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Book Review of David Joy's 'Overlooked Voices: A Postcolonial Indian Quest' by Sindhu Joseph

Sindhu Joseph

10/11/2016

Sindhu Joseph

This book review from Sindhu Joseph, of David C.I. Joy's book 'Overlooked Voices: A Postcolonial Indian Quest' explores a book that searches for the native voices that stood firmly for the freedom and emancipation of the people of God in India during the British Raj. 

This review has also been published at Bangalore Theological Forum, Vol. XLVII, No. 2 (December, 2015). 

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This is my body, this is my blood: Implications for Mission Theology from a Dalit perspective

03/11/2016

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A Seminar of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project, given by Elizabeth Joy, at Lambeth Palace on 11th October 2016 and Durham University on 2nd November 2016.

 

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As Strangers and Pilgrims: Hermeneutical Hospitality as Theological Paradigm for Christian Mission and Ecumenical Dialogue

Daniel Jara Jhayya

28/10/2016

Daniel Jara Jhayya

In this paper Daniel Jaya Jhayya proposes a new theological paradigm for mission and ecumenical dialogue.

 

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Contextual Mission in India: From Women's Perspective

21/10/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Bangalore, October 2016.

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"Live and Let Live" - The Essence of God's Mission from the Perspective of the Indigenous Peoples

21/10/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Bangalore, in October 2016.

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Doing Mission in Context: Christian Mission as Invitation in Contemporary India

21/10/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Bangalore, October 2016 by Dr Muthuraj Swamy.

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The Mission of Jesus Christ in India Today

21/10/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference  in Bangalore, October 2016.

 

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Contextual Mission in India: Evaluations and Directions

21/10/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference held in Bangalore in October 2016.

 

 

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Healing Ministry as Christian Mission

21/10/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Bangalore, October 2016.

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Dialogo Evangelico Cattolico-Romano sulla Missione, 1977-1984. Intuizioni e Significato

Graham Kings

18/10/2016

Graham Kings

On 7th October, Bishop Graham gave a lecture at the Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome on Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977-84: Insights and Significance. 

This is a translation of his paper, kindly provided by Gemma Debono. The English version is available here: 

http://www.missiontheologyanglican.org/article/evangelical-roman-catholic-dialogue-on-mission-1977-84-insights-and-significance/ 

 

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Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977-84: Insights and Significance

Graham Kings

10/10/2016

Graham Kings

On 7th October, Bishop Graham gave a lecture at the Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome on Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977-84: Insights and Significance. 

This paper is also available in Italian here: 

http://www.missiontheologyanglican.org/article/dialogo-evangelico--cattolico-romano-sulla-missione-1977-1984-intuizioni-e-significato/ 

 

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Cuba: Mission Studies and Missional Formation: Interweavings Number 13, September 2016

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In September Bishop Graham travelled to Cuba to be part of the World Council of Churches, Council for World Mission and Evangelism (CWME) consultation in Matanzas. Here he reflects on his time there.

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Missional Church: more a theological (re)discovery, less a strategy for parish development.

Edward Prebble

23/09/2016

Edward Prebble

Edward Prebble looks at what 'Missional Church' really means  - is it best understood as a theological concept?

This article was first published in Colloquium: The Australian and New Zealand Theological Review 46, no. 2 (Nov 2014).

 

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Church growth is mainly about attitude

Canon Angus Ritchie

22/09/2016

Canon Angus Ritchie

Many different approaches are winning new disciples: you don’t have to be Evangelical, argues Angus Ritchie

This article first appeared on the Church Times website and is reproduced here with permission: https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2016/2-september/comment/opinion/church-growth-is-mainly-about-attitude 

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Church Missionary Society in Coastal Andhra, 1850-1950: Mediating Change among the Malas

Dr. Santha Varikoti- Jetty

01/09/2016

Dr. Santha Varikoti- Jetty

This article by Dr Santha Kumari Jetty looks at the work of the Church Mission Society among the people of Coastal Andhra in India in the later half of the nineteenth and the first half of the twentieth centuries.

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Sarah the Mother of Mission: Interweavings No 11, July 2016

25/07/2016    An Interweaving

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Bishop Graham spoke on Sarah as the Mother of Mission, using Genesis 18 and the painting by Silvia Dimitrova, at Durham Cathedral and Lambeth Palace for the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project.

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Sarah the Mother of Mission: An Exposition on Genesis 18 and the painting by Silvia Dimitrova

14/07/2016

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A seminar of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project, delivered by the Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, on 16th June at Durham Cathedral and 13th July at Lambeth Palace. With responses from Steve Muneza (Durham Cathedral) and Pervaiz Sultan (Lambeth Palace).

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Anglican Mission in the Middle East up to 1910

Duane Miller

02/06/2016

Duane Miller

This chapter by Duane Miller, taken from the forthcoming book 'The Oxford History of Anglicanism, Volume III: Partisan Anglicanism and its Global Expansion 1829-c.1914', explores the issue of Anglican identity in the Middle East up until the Edinburgh Conference of 1910

This is a draft of a chapter that has been accepted for publication by Oxford University Press in the forthcoming book The Oxford History of Anglicanism, Volume III: Partisan Anglicanism and its Global Expansion 1829-c.1914 edited by Rowan Strong due for publication in 2017.

 

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Cairo Conference: Interweavings No 9 May 2016

31/05/2016    An Interweaving

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Bishop Graham's May Interweavings reflects on the time he spent in Cairo for the first Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference.

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Diocesan Community Development as a part of God's Mission

20/04/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Cairo, April 2016.

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Returning to our roots: Mission in Tunisia Today and St Cyprian

20/04/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Cairo, April 2016.

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Desert Spirituality and Mission: Coptic Perspectives

19/04/2016

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A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Cairo, April 2016.

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Reflections on the Water - The 2016 Laing Lecture

Thomas Creedy

26/02/2016

Thomas Creedy

Consultant to the Mission Theologian, Thomas Creedy, offers some reflections on a stimulating lecture given by Dr Anna Robbins to the faculty, students and friends of London School of Theology. Exploring the theme of collective repentance and implications for reconciliation, this lecture offers a profound challenge to the Church, particularly in the West, but with potentially global and institutional implications.

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Pentecostal/Anglican cooperation? New horizons in mission

19/02/2016

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This article from Dr. Zachary Guiliano considers Revd. Dr. Wonsuk Ma's stimulating paper from the recent seminar, and asks questions of theology, mission and unity for the global church.

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Bishop starts global quest to heal rifts in the Anglican Communion

Bess Twiston Davies

17/10/2015

Bess Twiston Davies

Graham Kings, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mission Theologian, is reaching out to the church’s ‘Global South’, writes Bess Twiston Davies.

 

This article is reproduced with kind permission of The Times newspaper.

 

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Raising up the Voices of new 'Doctors of the Church'

19/06/2015

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The faith background of Graham Kings and the priorities of the post of Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, published originally in Anglican World, the magazine of the Communion and republished with permission.

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