Welcome to our Editorial page. Published approximately once a month these editorials seek to address current issues and reflect on them. Often written by the editor the Rev’d Dr. Nicholas Henderson we also have a policy of ‘Guest Editorials’ where others are periodically invited to post their views and opinions. We hope you find these short pieces interesting and at times challenging.
COP26 … and beyond
Editorial, Kingdom Season, November 2021 - The Rev'd Dr. Nicholas Henderson. Editor: Anglicanism.org - In an 'online' world of disinformation what hope is there for COP26?
Government, faith or anything else by slogan?
Editorial - The Rev'd Dr. Nicholas Henderson - August 2021 ... A slogan is a memorable motto or phrase used in a political, commercial, religious, or other context as a repetitive expression of an idea or purpose, with the goal of persuading members of the public or a more defined target group.
Post – Covid … Where to tie the knot?
Editorial - The Rev'd Dr. Nicholas Henderson - Petertide 2021: The recent announcement from the British government that civil weddings and partnerships may now be celebrated outside in the open air raises once again the perennial question of marriage in church. Not on this occasion the question of (long overdue) same-sex marriage in church but the more general one of where any religious marriage ceremonies may take place ...
What next after the pandemic subsides?
Editorial - The Rev'd Dr. Nicholas Henderson - Easter 2021
Christian dogma and free enquiry
Guest Editorial - The Rev'd Jonathan Clatworthy - Mid Lent 2021
For such a time as this: The call to a deeper solidarity
Guest Editorial - The Rev'd Duncan Dormor - Lent 2021
Whither Christendom in the New Year?
Editorial - The Rev'd Dr. Nicholas Henderson - New Year 2021
Historically ‘Christendom’ has had an approximation to the geographical area covered by the current European Union ...
Advent – a season of barrier breaking?
Guest Editorial - Dr. Clare Amos - Advent 2020
One of the consequences of the ongoing global COVID crisis seems to have been that Advent has taken on more significance in our lives …