is an international society promoting liberal theology.
Founded in 1898 to defend liberalism in the Church of England, we now work ecumenically to encourage open, enquiring, non-dogmatic approaches to Christianity.
Our new arrangement for subscriptions is now fully operational.
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Monday 14 to Thursday 17 July 2014
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The journal of liberal theology
New publisher: Liverpool University Press
Current issue: What British people really think
Guest Editor: Linda Woodhead
Short books offering credible responses to difficult Christian topics
Booklets on responding to 21st century challenges to Christian faith
Booklets introducing liberal Christian appproaches to religious issues
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The House of Bishops' statement: are they exaggerating the extent of the change with the introduction of gay marriages?
The reality of violence, and how to respond. Blog post by Lorraine Cavanagh
Gay marriage and the House of Bishops Statement
According to the latest survey for the Westminster Faith Debates, 60% of Anglicans think the welfare budget is too high. For the general population the figure is 54%.
On the recent increase of poverty, church leaders seem better able to speak up for the poor than politicians can. Why is that?
On the recent prosecution for smacking: is there a proper role for this public humiliation?
The Bible's teaching is not 'clear' or 'perspicuous', least of all on sexual ethics. When people claim that it is, church leaders should stand up to them.