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 […]

Responding to the Refugee Crisis: how faith communities can help to welcome asylum seekers and refugees

by Alex Taylor I was recently asked to attend a discussion evening in Manchester about the local response to the refugee crisis. It was an event organised by the Student Christian Movement, and featured a guest speaker who worked for a local charity that helped refugees and asylum speakers to start new lives in the […]