Tag Archives: Stephen Kuhrt

Abuse, collusion and cover-up in the C of E – by Stephen Kuhrt

The Church of England and its senior leaders colluded with Peter Ball, the ex-Bishop of Lewes and Gloucester, rather than seeking to help those he had harmed or assuring itself of the safety of others. That is the damning conclusion … Continue reading

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Love Trumps Hate: responding to the US election – by Stephen Kuhrt

This post is based on a sermon preached by Stephen Kuhrt at Christ Church New Malden on Sunday 20th November 2016. The bible reading was Matthew 7:13-20. What is a Christian response to the election of Donald Trump? Like the … Continue reading

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Sharing the gospel with Errol Flynn, Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart

It has been great to see the reaction to Corin Pilling’s beautiful guest post about how his church has connected with a local care home for those with dementia. Its another reminder that some of the most important work that the … Continue reading

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Why the Church of England must say YES 2 Women Bishops – by Stephen Kuhrt

These are exciting times for the Church of England. The appointment of Justin Welby to be the next Archbishop of Canterbury has been met with considerable enthusiasm across the Church.  There is a desire to reflect his optimistic vision for … Continue reading

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Tom Wright For Everyone by Stephen Kuhrt

I am excited about my brother’s new book Tom Wright For Everyone: Putting the theology of N.T. Wright into practice in the Local Church which has just been published by SPCK. I will not attempt an impartial review but I do think … Continue reading

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