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Ray Eveleigh, a retired clergyman who leads a progressive Christian group near Driffield, makes a plea for us to find a way to pray which escapes the boundaries of a theology we can't believe in.
Harry Houldsworth examines what he considers to be the forgotten role played by women in the growth of Christianity
Michael Bayley explains why he’s started a website to help churches to lobby their local politicians about the need to take action on climate change.
Noel Preston, of the Uniting Church of Australia, reviews the latest book by Australian author Val Webb
Richard Holdsworth argues that being possessed with a fear of God is not a state to be inculcated in our young. And he finds support for his view that at least some Biblical passages on the subject have…
PCN is concerned about the wish to put doctrinal boundaries around what constitutes good leadership in the church. PCN holds that the way we behave towards others is the fullest expression of our faith. We applaud the Christian work that Gretta Vosper is doing in her church and we are not offended that she rejects traditional concepts of God.
In the latest edition of Progressive Voices, the chair of PCN Britain, Adrian Alker, appeals for donations towards a series of annual lectures in honour of a remarkable teacher and friend of PCN who died this year.
Have your say on whether PCN’s Eight Points are a help or a hindrance to open Christianity. One of our trustees fears they read too much like a creed.
In this report on PCN Britain’s 2015 spring conference in London, Tony Rutherford reflects on the message and the wit imparted by our speaker, Rev’d Canon Mark Oakley.
A new progressive group, affiliated to PCN Britain, is being launched in Brighton