The first of this year’s Reith Lectures makes the case for progressive religion
The conference title was Progressive Spirituality – New Directions. PCN Britain’s chair, Adrian Alker, was invited to represent PCN at this triennial gathering of progressives from the South Pacific region.
A retrospective view
Scriptures are not as immutable as believers seem to think, says Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah in his first Reith lecture.
PCN’s quarterly magazine welcomes contributions
Half way through Brian McLaren’s tour of the UK he has already outsold all previous conference tours organised by PCN Britain
This is the title of the second Marcus Borg Memorial Lecture which will be delivered in Bristol next May by the Rev’d Dr. Robin Meyers, author of Saving Jesus from the Church.
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.