Blogs

An Introduction to Black Theology

By SCM on 15 Oct 2015

To mark Black History Month, Revd Anthony G. Reddie gives us an introduction to Black Theology.

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Broader, bigger and more participatory democracy

By Ruth on 14 Oct 2015

Ruth Wilde reflects on why she thinks representative democracy fails democratically and what a better democracy looks like.

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Reaching out to Students: An Interview with Sally Hitchiner

By Movement Magazine on 8 Oct 2015

Reverend Sally Hitchiner is an Anglican priest and is currently the Coordinating Chaplain and Interfaith Advisor at Brunel University London. Here she speaks to us about her role as a chaplain, her passion for reaching students, and her love of fashion. The full version of this article originally appeared in Movement magazine issue 151.

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Swarup Bar

Of Holy Hills and Forbidden Walls

By SCM on 24 Sep 2015

 

20-26 September marks the World Week of Prayer for Peace in Palestine and Israel. Here, SCM member Swarup Bar reflects on his recent visit to the Holy Land.

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Life at University: Theology, Faith and Vocation

By SCM on 23 Sep 2015

University was full of surprises for Kirsty Borthwick, SCM member at St Andrews SCM. Here she shares how her two biggest expectations going into university were turned upside down.

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SCM at the 'Stop DSEI' Day of Action

By SCM on 23 Sep 2015

SCM's Emma Temple reflects on the 'Stop DSEI' Day of Action.

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My Favourite Theologian: Fr Kenneth Leech

By Movement Magazine on 21 Sep 2015

Father Kenneth Leech (1939-2015)

Sam Gibson

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Exodus and Exile

By SCM on 21 Sep 2015

by Ross Jesmont.

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How to survive uni as an international student

By SCM on 21 Sep 2015

Simone Ramacci from Progressive Christians Essex shares some practical advice for new international students.

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Being a Place of Welcome

By Ruth on 10 Sep 2015

Faith in Action Project Worker, Ruth Wilde, looks at the interlocking problems of the arms trade and the refugee crisis and calls on Christian students to challenge dehumanising language.

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