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Farewell Marcus

PCN Britain has learned with great sadness of the death of the American theologian and pastor, Marcus Borg.

News    Thursday 22nd January, 2015

Val Webb tour to be hosted by PCN groups

Australian author and theologian, Dr Val Webb, makes a welcome return visit to the UK this April, with speaking engagements from Stirling to Truro.

News    Thursday 15th January, 2015

The rush to church at Christmas

Having spent his ministry in Lincolnshire parishes, Neil Russell shares a few thoughts why the swollen congregations at Christmas soon fade away.

Blog    Wednesday 24th December, 2014    Author: Neil Russell

Gretta Vosper interviewed on radio

Before leading a non-theist liturgy in the chapel of Somerville College, Oxford, Gretta Vosper spoke to Charles Nove, presenter of Radio Oxford's Sunday morning Faith Show, about her beliefs.

Blog    Tuesday 4th November, 2014    

Reactions from the conference floor 2

The Canadian minister and theologian, Gretta Vosper, came to the UK in September 2014 at the invitation of PCN Britain and the Sea of Faith Network. She was accompanied by her husband, hymn writer, Scott…

Blog    Wednesday 29th October, 2014    

Reactions from the conference floor 1

Gretta Vosper, the Canadian minister and writer, presented two conferences in the UK during September 2014. She argued for the side-lining of belief in God from its central role in church life and, with…

Blog    Tuesday 28th October, 2014    

Rory J.Q. Barnes’ book Do You Need God will be published on the 31st October

Putting the building blocks of spiritual belief into your hands. This book deals with world religious systems only as living structures of thought that people actually believe in.  It is a common sense, warts and all, analysis of ideas, aimed principally at those millions who believe but do not belong, who feel there is something spiritual there but who don’t like what they think they have seen…

News    Thursday 9th October, 2014

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