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

27/01/2017    An Interweaving

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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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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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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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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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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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Theology Does Not Stand Still: 'The New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic'

Thomas Creedy

17/05/2016

Thomas Creedy

Thomas Creedy reviews 'The New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic'. This completely revised second edition of the classic 1988 'New Dictionary of Theology' includes over 400 new articles from an international team of contributors. 

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Coptic Monasticism and its Theology: The Models of Antony and Pachomius

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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Review of Elaine Storkey's 'Scars Against Humanity'

Natalie Collins

07/03/2016

Natalie Collins

Natalie Collins reviews a powerful book from theologian and author Elaine Storkey. 'Scars Across Humanity' considers the problem of violence against women on a global scale.

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The Michael Ramsey Book Prize 2016: Interweavings No 6 - February 2016, by Graham Kings

29/02/2016    An Interweaving

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Bishop Graham offers comments on two of the six excellent books shortlisted for the 2016 Michael Ramsey Prize, by Francis Spufford and Frances Young.

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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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Place of Theology in the Contemporary University: A Case for Justification

10/11/2015

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Inaugural Seminar of the Mission Theology project at Durham University, presented on 10 November 2015

I shall employ a simple conceptual framework as I attempt to build a case for the place of theology as an academic subject to be taught in its own right in the University today.

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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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Extended Website and First Seminars - Interweavings No 1 Aug 2015

31/08/2015    An Interweaving

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The first edition of Interweavings - Graham's blog

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The Mission of God and the Future of the Anglican Communion

26/06/2015

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An address given at the lunch organised by the Center for Anglican Communion Studies (VTS) and the Compass Rose Society at General Convention of The Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City, Friday 26 June 2015

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The Servant of Global Periti

17/06/2015

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The background to Graham Kings's conversion and missionary vocation and an outline of the post of Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, which he takes up on 16 July 2015, published originally in The Living Church and republished with permission.

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