A new history of God from PCN’s former chair, John Churcher. Study materials, including lectures, are available free.
Harry Houldsworth pays tribute to two female authors, separated by over six hundred years, who have given him a sense that there may be a feminine approach to faith.
The credal trial of the Gretta Vosper, the rebel Canadian cleric, has highlighted a difference in tone between progressive Chistianity and traditional Christendom.
John Churcher, former chair of PCN Britain, offers us study course on the history of God. It takes the form of four lectures delivered in the US earlier this year. Available free for use by individuals and groups.
Kaitlyn Steele Steele offers an appreciation of Fully Awake and Truly Alive by Jane Vennard.
Due to his sudden illness, Christine Spong has confirmed that her husband will be unable to travel to the UK next month
PCN Britain is saddened to learn that Bishop John Shelby Spong, one of the worlds most inspiring religious speakers, has suffered a stroke
Listen out for the PCN chair’s contribution to a retrospective on the late Bishop David Jenkins on tomorrow’s Sunday programme on Radio 4
In the lead letter of today's Guardian, PCN chair, Adrian Alker, while paying tribute to the late Bishop David Jenkins, also calls for less preoccupation with sexuality in the Church of England and more…
Bishop David Jenkins died last Sunday. This blog contains tributes from three admirers in his former diocese of Durham.
On the eve of his UK tour, Brian McLaren writes about the title of his new book, a theme which he will develop in eight locations around Britain in October.