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As we move away from more orthodox ideas of a paternal, interventionist God, is it inevitable that progressive Christians will set up their own churches? Harry Houldsworth makes a plea for this not to…
The old fashioned wayside pulpit can be an effective way to communicate a progressive Christian message
Australian religious publisher, Morning Star Publishing, has concluded an agreement for its titles to be printed in the UK
This is the third of three articles for Interfaith Week, written by PCN members. The author, Nicola Phelan, offers some reflections on her local interfaith forum in Rugby.
This is the second of three articles for Interfaith Week written by PCN members. Its author, Howard Grace from Newbury, is co-founder of the West Berkshire Peace and Integration Forum.
This is the first of three articles for Interfaith Week written by PCN members. Its author, Alan Race from south London has written books about Interfaith Dialogue and Religious Pluralism.
Sunday sees the start of Interfaith Week 2016. As part of its contribution, PCN has asked three of our members to write about their experiences of Interfaith.
During his weeklong tour in early October, Brian used Powerpoint slides to illustrate three talks. Each slide sequence is available here as a separate PDF file.
Would you like to host this well known Australian progressive author and theologian at your church or group next spring?
Nottingham will once again have a PCN group.