A JOURNAL OF PROGRESSIVE RELIGION PUBLISHED TWICE A YEAR AT HARRIS MANCHESTER COLLEGE, OXFORD, ENGLAND
The Latest Issue
The latest Spring and Summer 2015 (Volume 68, Part 1, Number 180) is now available.
In it Professor Barrie Needham uses John Henry Newman's 'Grammar of Assent' to discuss the place of rationality in religion, particularly for those who claim to take a progressive approach. In 'Only Connect', Tony Cross, former Principal of Manchester College, Oxford, gives his personal reflections on his pioneering work in promoting gay and straight integration in the 1960s and 1970s. Clair Linzey, deputy director of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, shares her theology of animal welfare and Victor Lal discusses the historical interaction between British Unitarians and the Brahmo Samaj. We also continue with Donald Bailey's detailed research into the identity and significance of John II Sigismund of Transylvania, the only Unitarian king in history, and he provides a crucial and fascinating genealogy for the king's family. With stimulating and essential reviews of contemporary works by David A. Williams, Martin Keiffer, Donald A. Bailey, Francine Magill, and Andrew Clarke these cover topics as varied as human development, science and religion, the nature of God, Christian belief, and religion and politics in the USA.
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