Roundup: Thatcher, same-sex marriage, Christianity, God and theology, ministers conferences
Professor Linda Woodhead, director of the Religion & Society project at Lancaster University in the UK, and Antonio E. Weiss, historian at Birkbeck College at the University of London and author of The Religious Mind of Mrs Thatcher, discuss the late prime minister’s strained relationship with the churches.
The Church of England has ruled out offering blessings to same-sex couples, insisting that such public gestures belong only to heterosexual marriage.
An interview with Peter Rollins.
France’s Senate upper house voted in favour of same-sex marriage on Friday, paving the way for it to enter law after street marches rallied hundreds of thousands of demonstrators both for and against it.
At some point theology must remind us of what God is not.
Every three years the President convenes a set of three conferences for Uniting Church ministers.