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Theology under a mango tree as South Sudan's seminary comes home

South Sudan's theological college has endured a turbulent lifetime exile in Uganda, but faces a bright future after "coming home" to the Diocese of Yei.

04 January 2016

Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion lecture explores African Christianity

Christianity in Africa has benefited from sustained exponential growth, with numbers growing from about 10 million in 1900 to just over half a billion in 2015;

26 October 2015

International Commission for Anglican-Orthodox Theological Dialogue Communique 2015

Statement on human personhood in the divine image to be published following six years of study

25 September 2015

Anglicans mobilise for climate change, seek common reconciliation theology

Conference at Coventry Cathedral looks at how to reconcile a wounded planet

22 September 2015

Mission Theologian commissioned for ministry

New post aims to support theological work with focus on Global South

17 September 2015

Tanzania: Installation of first woman theological college principal

Central Tanganyika Canon to focus on formation of pastors and lay leaders for holistic ministry

16 September 2015

"Metro Theology" fosters church, community engagement

“It takes a village” is an adage often associated with child rearing

10 September 2015

Theological grounding essential in today's world, says South African Primate

Archbishop Makgoba emphasises importance of training Anglicans – in particular women - for ministry

17 August 2015

Spotlight on gender justice at Us annual conference

‘The Gospel does not stop women, culture does,’ says Church of Pakistan educational trainer

03 August 2015

Anglican Communion's first Mission Theologian in US visit

he Anglican Communion’s first mission theologian got an early jump during General Convention on his task of identifying “new Augustines” in the Global South.

29 July 2015

Multimedia

The five most dangerous places to be a Christian

Features 

Persecution of Christians on the increase

The charity Open Doors has published its annual World Watch list of the top 50 most dangerous countries to be a Christian. It is, once again, topped by North Korea. Their research shows that persecution against Christians has increased so dramatically that persecution has risen even in those countries that have dropped out of its top 50.

Communique from the Primates' Meeting 2016

Communiqué from the Primates' Meeting
Canterbury Cathedral, England. 11-15 January 2015