Blogs

The Theology of Story: Part Two

By Movement Magazine on 15 Sep 2014

Part two of Pádraig Ó Tuama's feature article from Movement magazine issue 147.

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The Theology of Story: Part One

By Movement Magazine on 15 Sep 2014

Pádraig Ó Tuama is a poet and theologian who works in Belfast. He is interested in curry, whiskey, and how storytelling can help groups of people have difficult discussions. His other writings can be found at padraigotuama.com. This article was originally published in Movement magazine issue 147.

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Stephen Talks Bananas: Part One

By Stephen on 11 Sep 2014

In a world of smartphones, are we really that smart? Faith in Action intern Stephen proposes the importance of wisdom in our modern society in the first of a two-part blog about surplus food.

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Rethinking Christianity: An Interview with Peter Rollins

By SCM on 5 Sep 2014

Peter Rollins is a provocative writer, lecturer, storyteller, and public speaker who has gained an international reputation for overturning traditional notions of religion. His PhD from Queen’s University, Belfast is in post-structural thought. He will be giving the keynote address at a shared PCN and SCM conference running 14-16 November.

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Time To Put Faith In Action

By Stephen on 4 Sep 2014

Jesus wants more from us than knowledge and emotion. He wants action. This blog post is written by Stephen, one of SCM's new Faith In Action interns, who reflects on what that title means to him.

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A Beginner's Guide to Campaigning - Top Tips

By SCM on 2 Sep 2014

Coming to uni and want to get stuck straight into campaigning and volunteering? Christian Aid’s Chris Mead shares his top tips.

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Life at uni as a Christian student

By SCM on 28 Aug 2014

Students share their perspectives on what it’s like being a Christian student; from uncertain first weeks, to realising some hard truths and finding community again.

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Misreading the parable of the talents

By SCM on 28 Aug 2014

The traditional interpretation of the parable of the talents has been used to legitimise values that Jesus challenged, argues Symon Hill. A different interpretation turns the whole parable on its head. This post was originally published on Symon's blog (http://symonhill.wordpress.com)

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8 Ways to Survive University as a Christian

By SCM on 25 Mar 2014

As Christians, how do we navigate through life at uni whilst growing in our faith? Liam Williams, a third year drama student, gives his top tips on surviving and thriving at uni as a Catholic.

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Meeting God in Silence and Community

By SCM on 19 Mar 2014

Taylor Driggers, a student at the University of Edinburgh, reflects on the Taizé community and how the simple art of contemplation brings thousands of Christians closer to God.

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