Archived Posts for Christine Nielsen-Craig

The Revd Chigor Chike: There aren’t two sides to slave trade

Sarum College Trustee the Revd Chigor Chike says the starting point for dealing with publicly displayed objects which glorify oppression should be to remove them. Responding to the May 11, 2021 Church of England report which offers a decision-making framework … Read more

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Language for the heart

Sarum College Principal James Woodward has reviewed the new book on the Psalms by poet Malcolm Guite, David’s Crown: Sounding the Psalms (Canterbury Press 2021). Guite is one of the contributors to the Church Times online poetry day on Saturday … Read more

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Need a nostalgia fix? Understood — but stay present too

News headlines and social media feeds testify to a growing hunger to find relief from the pandemic in nostalgia through old-school activities such as baking and reading, says Dr Eleanor McLaughlin, Programme Leader, Postgraduate Programmes in Theology, Imagination and Culture. … Read more

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Send My Roots Rain: A Poetry Retreat

Spend a day in the company of some of the country’s finest poets. Join the Church Times online poetry retreat on Saturday 15 May, from 10am to 3pm. Here’s the programme, specific timings are to be confirmed. Sarum College is pleased to … Read more

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Disability, Technology and Human Flourishing — free online lecture by Dr Eleanor McLaughlin

Dr Eleanor McLaughlin, Programme Leader in Theology, Imagination and Culture at Sarum College, will contribute to a online public lecture series on Human Flourishing in a Technological Age presented by Regent College, Vancouver. Read more

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Unconscious Christianity in Bonhoeffer’s Late Theology

Dr Eleanor McLaughlin, programme leader for Sarum’s Theology, Imagination and Culture programmes, discusses the idea of unconscious Christianity as conceived by the late German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer in the Bonhoeffer Podcast on 8 April 2021. In the podcast, host Corey … Read more

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Considering the links between the crucifixion and sexual abuse

Was the stripping and exposure of Jesus a form of sexual abuse? If so, why does such a reading of Jesus’s suffering matter? In a Church Times article (1 April 2021) Dr Jayme Reaves, Director of Academic Development at Sarum … Read more

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Easter Week Reflections: Reviews on books to read now

Find out more about what Sarum College Principal James Woodward has been reading over the Easter break, and why you might like to read these books too. Does Faith Help Us Age Well? A review of Finishing Well – A … Read more

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Sarum College receives prestigious grant to promote science-engaged theology

Sarum College will embark on a major programme to enhance teaching on ethics by exploring the interface of science and theology, thereby equipping those training for ministry to engage with science and new scientific developments as part of their future … Read more

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Sarum College to re-open to public during final stage of plan to ease lockdown restrictions

Following the government announcement of a staged plan to reopen society, everyone at Sarum College is greatly anticipating the prospect welcoming visitors back from June 21, subject to the public safety conditions nearer the time. We will be returning to … Read more

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