Behind the Scenes of Crown and Mitre

Faithful Witness: The Confidential Diaries of Alan Don, Chaplain to the King, the Archbishop and the Speaker, 1931-1946. Edited by Robert Beaken with a Foreword by Justin Welby. London: SPCK 2020. Pp. xxii +... Read More...

Church, We Need to Fundraise

By Zack Guiliano You may have noticed the Church of England is teetering toward financial crisis, amid broader declines. Sadly, this is nothing new, and only mirrors longstanding trends. Average Sunday at... Read More...

A Welcome Edition from Bray’s Fruitful Pen

Bray’s new edition draws together three main doctrinal handbooks of the 16th century, all more referenced than read by scholars and students alike: The Bishops’ Book (1537), The King’s Book (1543), and Bishop Bonner’s Book (1555).

Issues on the eve of General Synod

Attention has focused entirely on the bishops' report on sexuality, but there are a variety of substantive issues coming before the General Synod.

Does the Church need academic theology?

Both academic theology and the Church may well have a very different relationship to the academy in two or three decades; events like this are opportune moments to reflect on how these shifts may benefit the Church.