Blogs

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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My Favourite Theologian: Edward Schillebeeckx O.P.

By Movement Magazine on 8 Sep 2015

Edward Schillebeeckx O.P. (1914-2009)

Ross Jesmont

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My Favourite Theologian: Arvind P. Nirmal

By Movement Magazine on 8 Sep 2015

Arvind P. Nirmal (1936-1995)

Revd Raj Bharath Patta

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My Favourite Theologian: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

By Movement Magazine on 8 Sep 2015

Dietrich Bonheoffer (1906-1945)

Canon Mike West

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My Favourite Theologian: André Gounelle

By Movement Magazine on 8 Sep 2015

Simone Ramacci's pick for favourite theologian is André Gounelle. Here's why.

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My Favourite Theologian: Marcella Althaus-Reid

By Movement Magazine on 8 Sep 2015

Marcella Althaus-Reid (1952-2009)

Kirsty Ann Mabbott

Marcella Althaus-Reid specialised in liberation, feminist and queer theology and was the first woman professor of theology at New College, University of Edinburgh.

Althaus-Reid believed that ‘queer’ theology doesn’t only represent the LGBT*+ community[1], but creates a space for resistance to all ‘standardised regimes’ of church and state through re-creation, re-imagination and re-visioning of how things are and could be.

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My Favourite Theologian: St Teresa of Avila

By Movement Magazine on 8 Sep 2015

We continue our series looking at members' favourite theologians. Here, SCM member Shanika Ranasinghe explains why St Teresa of Avila was such a vital figure in the history of the Church.

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My Favourite Theologian: Gustavo Gutiérrez

By Movement Magazine on 8 Sep 2015

Gustavo Gutiérrez (1928- )

Revd Chris Howson

Few theologians have shaped the course of history in the way that Gustavo Gutiérrez has. His life of service and dedication to the poor has inspired millions of people, from Venezuelan presidents and lowly priests in Sunderland.

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