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Created and Formed

SCM member Sebastian discusses identity in relation to gender and creation. 

Interview with Ruth Hunt

Ruth Hunt is the Chief Executive of Stonewall, a charity working for LGBT equality. She studied English at St Hilda’s College, Oxford, and was elected President of Oxford Students’ Union. Before working at Stonewall, Ruth worked at the Equality Challenge Unit where she led work advising Higher Education Institutions on sexual orientation and gender identity equality. In 2015, Ruth was voted the third most influential LGBT person in Britain in the Independent’s Rainbow List. She received two honorary degrees in 2015, one from Cardiff University and the other from Keele University.

Green Living; Part of the Biblical Narrative, Part of the Christian Life. An Interview with Ruth Valerio, Part Two

Ruth Valerio is the Global Advocacy and Influencing Director at Tearfund, a charity working to eradicate extreme poverty in the world. Before working at Tearfund, Ruth worked as Churches and Theology Director for A Rocha UK, a Christian charity which works to protect and restore the natural world. She studied at King’s College London and lives in Chichester with her husband and two daughters.

Green Living; Part of the Biblical Narrative, Part of the Christian Life. An Interview with Ruth Valerio, Part One

Ruth Valerio is the Global Advocacy and Influencing Director at Tearfund, a charity working to eradicate extreme poverty in the world. Before working at Tearfund, Ruth worked as Churches and Theology Director for A Rocha UK, a Christian charity which works to protect and restore the natural world. She studied at King’s College London and lives in Chichester with her husband and two daughters.

Caring for Creation with Eco-Congregation Scotland

Gordon Hudson, manager of Eco-Congregation Scotland, speaks about what they do to help churches respond to environmental issues, and why they believe caring for creation is a key Christian task.

Reaching out to Students: An Interview with Sally Hitchiner

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.

My Favourite Theologian: Fr Kenneth Leech

Father Kenneth Leech (1939-2015)

Sam Gibson

My Favourite Theologian: Edward Schillebeeckx O.P.

Edward Schillebeeckx O.P. (1914-2009)

Ross Jesmont

My Favourite Theologian: Arvind P. Nirmal

Arvind P. Nirmal (1936-1995)

Revd Raj Bharath Patta

My Favourite Theologian: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Dietrich Bonheoffer (1906-1945)

Canon Mike West