Christian Alternative is looking for a genuinely liberal and provocative approach to faith, ethics and institutional religion. We want to understand why, despite the Enlightenment and secularization, Christian writers and preachers often cling to pre-modern theological ideas. Why is talk of radical orthodoxy usually more orthodox than radical?
I don’t mean the boring old questions of whether God exists or not, or which religion is the right one, or whether Jesus really came down somehow from heaven to earth to save us from our sins...
In this colourful memoir, from 1950’s childhood to the COVID crisis, Brian Mountford describes his life as a priest, which has spanned a period of immense social change and seen the secularisation of Britain to the point where 52% of the population say they have ‘no religion’.
Quaker readers spotlight on Rhiannon Grant, author of Quaker Quicks - Hearing the Light
Collective Ink explores a wide range of disciplines within the field of Christian faith and practice. It also draws on personal testimony and new ways of finding and expressing God's presence in the world today.
Taking Heart, centres on the idea that the spiritual life is always personal and the deeper the spiritual life is, the more personal it becomes.
Quakers Do What! Why? is an introduction to Quaker oddities. Based on a question and answer format, it is for anyone who has learned a fact about Quakers - perhaps only that Quakers exist - and wants to know more.
Ever wondered who Quakers are, what they believe in and how they worship? Then this series will answer these questions and more.
An extract from the book, God is a Symbol of Something True by Jack Call.
An extract taken from Tim Heaton's bestselling Lent course, The Naturalist and the Christ: God and evolution, God and suffering - a search for Darwin's God.
What Quakers are probably best known for is persistently working for peace. This is an introduction as to why Tim Gee is a pacifist.
An extract taken from the latest Quaker Quick title, Money and Soul which gives a taste of the power of applying faith values to our economic story.