Hear Rev Gretta Vosper speak on how she became an atheist without losing her faith.
Gretta Vosper, who describes herself as an atheist minister, rejects the view that she has lost her faith.
Theologian Peter Rollins recommends you try the 'Evangelism Project'. Instead of seeking to evangelise other people, he recommends that our churches should invite other communities to evangelise us. This…
says George Elerick, who will be speaking at a PCN conference in November. He believes that exhortations to be Christ-like are symptomatic of a misanthropic and manipulating attitude towards humanity.
Michael Wright considers the writings of Gretta Vosper whose UK visit takes place in September with events in London and Oxford. Tickets available.
Here are two new books from one of our partner organisations. They are designed to help churches be more inclusive; one concerns people with disabilities; the other people with mental health issues.
July 1st 2014 saw the publication of five talks given to the joint PCN Britain and Modern Church conference marking the 50th anniversary of John Robinson’s book, Honest to God. The conference took place in November 2013 at The Hayes, Swanwick.
Can Christians learn from the way others see them? At a recent PCN conference, Mark Townsend, author of Jesus Through Pagan Eyes, suggested that his progressive Christian audience could learn from the insights of the New Druidism.
The proposal was made by Dave Tomlinson, author of How to be a Bad Christian and a Better Human Being, when he addressed the Newbury local group of the PCN network. Group convenor, Maria Grace, sent us this report.
A new booklet in the Together in Hope series of study guides which reflect progressive Christian thinking.
David Ireson recounts a lecture given by Jeffrey John, Dean of St. Albans. It was part of the Heritage Lecture series held at St Michael's, Dinham, Exeter and took place on April 2nd.