Faith and Freedom, Spring and Summer (volume 72 part 1) issue 188, is now available.
Towards Third Millennium Christianity Activism, Nonviolence and the Mystical Imperative by Alastair McIntosh
Alastair McIntosh lecturing at Rawtenstall. This photo and the one above courtesy of John Hewerdine
Described by the BBC as ‘one of the world’s leading environmental campaigners’ Alastair McIntosh is a pioneer of modern land reform in Scotland and an honorary fellow of the School of Divinity at Edinburgh University and an honorary professor at Glasgow University. This is a challenging and far-reaching lecture originally given at Rawtenstall Unitarian Church, Lancashire in March 2019 as part of the ‘Future of Faith’ lecture series organised by Unitarians of the Lancashire Collaborative Ministry and Pendle Hill Quakers, supported by the Progressive Christianity Network.
An Appearance of Francis David: A Chautauqua Performance by Kevin Murphy, Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Nevada, Reno
Ferenc Dávid’s Address to the 1568 Diet of Torda by Aladár Körösfői-Kriesch
A Chautauqua Performance is the portrayal of an historical figure talking about their lives and views as if they had just appeared from the past. Through it Dr Murphy gives tremendous insight into the life, sufferings and achievements of this neglected figure of the Transylvanian reformation.
What do these stones mean to you? by David Steers, editor Faith and Freedom
The cover picture of the new issue of Faith and Freedom. Rural Toxteth in 1821 showing the Ancient Chapel and the view along Park Road, from an original lithograph by Samuel & George Nicholson
A sermon delivered at the 400th anniversary service of the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth, Liverpool in November 2018. In 1611: At a place called Toxteth Park near Liverpool, there dwelt a wise and Religious People, who being desirous of the good of themselves and their Posterity, intended to erect a School amongst them. A few years later they built a chapel which has continued to be used for worship through four centuries. This sermon celebrates the life and history of the congregation.
International Association for Religious Freedom: Our Vision for the Future
A new statement issued by the International Council, meeting in Tokyo in March 2019.
Plus a collection of fascinating reviews by Marcus Braybrooke, Peter B. Godfrey, Bob Janis-Dillon, Jim Corrigall, David Steers, John W. Nelson.
Richard Burridge and Jonathan Sacks (eds), Confronting Religious Violence: A Counter-narrative, (SCM Press)
Marcus Braybrooke, Faiths Together for the Future, The story of the World Congress of Faiths and the growing global interfaith movement to heal the world, (Braybrooke Press)
Marcus Braybrooke, Sikhism, A Christian Approach, (Braybrooke Press)
Stan Hazell, A Long Way from Adi Ghehad: Journey of an asylum seeker: Dr Teame Mebrahtu, (Shepheard-Walwyn)
W. Jamieson, A World in Two Minds, Why we must change our thinking to change our future, (Shepheard-Walwyn)
Paul E. Hill, The Urban Myths of Popular Modern Atheism. How Christian Faith Can Be Intelligent, (Christian Alternative)
Robert Llewelyn, Why Pray? (Darton, Longman & Todd)
Dan C. West, Causeway To A Bigger World, (Mountain Arbor Press)
David Steers (ed.), First World War Roll of Honour of the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church of Ireland, (First Presbyterian [Non-Subscribing] Church, Downpatrick)
Peter C. Humphreys, Four Hundred Years of English Congregational and Welsh Independent Churches in Liverpool (1618-2018), (Kilmainham Congregational Publishing, Dublin)
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