Offering Prayers as Absenteeism?

by Frederik Seidelin   In some situations—certainly in the English-speaking world—people who are not normally particularly religious suddenly become very devout, or at least express themselves in a devout manner. If someone posts on social media about serious illness of their own or in their family, a string of responses from friends invariably appears saying […]

Theology and Praxis

by Stephanie Redfern Jones It was St Anselm who suggested that theology should be governed by an attitude of ‘faith seeking understanding’. His position necessarily begins from a clearly defined position of belonging to a religious tradition. Nowadays that seems quite far from what we most commonly experience, particularly with the influence of secularisation and […]