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Archbishop Welby praises new book on theology and church growth

Jesus Christ alone is the reason for growing churches, says Archbishop in foreword 

10 June 2015

Anglican Communion seminarians from 15 countries meet Abp Welby, ACO staff

Visit is part of two-week Canterbury Scholars Programme for new clergy and seminarians

09 June 2015

Anglican Archbishop Makgoba urges theology graduates to follow Jesus' example

South African Primate preaches at Sewanee School of Theology commencement

12 May 2015

Archbishop Welby opens nominations for 2016 Michael Ramsey Prize

Award given every three years to best theological writing in service of the Church

13 April 2015

Science as "something that can help theology"

Church of England backs programme to promote greater relationship between faith and science.

19 March 2015

Sewanee School of Theology on list of 'world changing' seminaries

The Sewanee seminary is celebrating being one of two Episcopal institutions labelled as 'world changing' 

03 March 2015

Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s e-reader project goes live

The project's aim is to give theological students across Africa easier access to online lectures and electronic libraries.

02 March 2015

Partnership for Publishing New Voices: Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Church Mission Society and Durham University have become partners in creating an innovative seven year post: Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion.

16 February 2015

The Anglican Communion’s Bible initiative report available for e-reader, tablet

“We hope that these electronic versions will enable easy access at a very low cost.” - Stephen Lyon

26 January 2015

Gold Medal awarded to Bible Women book

Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter, has been voted one of the year’s best books for Bible study.

23 January 2015

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Features 

US Episcopalians examine church’s ‘unhealthy and unholy’ relationship with alcohol

General Convention passes three resolutions on issues of alcohol and drug abuse and addiction

After 30 years as priests, Brazil's women look toward episcopacy

Despite women in leadership positions, absence of female bishop is cause for concern, question among lay and ordained women