is an international society promoting liberal theology.
Founded in 1898 to defend liberalism in the Church of England, we now work ecumenically to encourage open, enquiring, non-dogmatic approaches to Christianity.
- Liberal theology
- Women bishops
- General theology
- Science and religion
- Christianity & society
- Sexuality & marriage
- Interfaith dialogue
Monday 14 to Thursday 17 July 2014
at High Leigh, Hoddesdon, Herts
Book early to be sure of a place.
The journal of liberal theology
New publisher: Liverpool University Press
Current issue: 'The Earth is the Lord's'
Religion and the Environment
Papers from our 2013 annual conference
Short books offering credible responses to difficult Christian topics
Booklets on responding to 21st century challenges to Christian faith
Booklets introducing liberal Christian appproaches to religious issues
On storms, hurricanes and our attitudes to the environment
What made him such a great man? Did his Christianity have anything to do with it?
The Church of England's Pilling Report can be read here.
Commentary by Jonathan Clatworthy
The laws of nature are only descriptions of what happens, not forces. Thinking of them as forces makes atheism seem more credible than it otherwise would be
Celebrating 50 years of Honest to God
the best-selling book by John Robinson
Swanwick, Derbyshire Friday 8 - Sunday 10 November