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Crucible

Crucible: the Christian journal of social ethics


Issues held and contents.


 

October - December 2013
July - September
2013
April - June
2013
January - March
2013

October - December 2012
April - June
2012
January - March
2012

October - December 2011
April - June
2011
January - March
2011

October - December 2010
July - September
2010
January – March 2010

 

October - December 2013. The NHS in public debate: a healthy future?
Swift, Chris, 'Editorial: understanding the resilience of an established health service', pp. 3-6
Filby, Eliza, '"Practical sacrament": the Church of England and the National Health Service, 1942-1990', pp. 7-15
McSherry, Wilfred, Carole Birch and Helen Ashwood, 'The report of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust public inquiry: putting patients at the heart of care', pp. 17-26
Cobb, Mark, 'Dying with care', pp. 27-34
Fisher, Sheila, 'Health, wellbeing and the NHS: challenges and opportunities in changing times', pp. 35-41

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July - September 2013. Sexuality, otherness and power
Cornwall, Susannah, 'Editorial: Sexuality, otherness and power', pp. 3-6
Nixon, David, 'A secret agent on a secret mission: sexualities, religion and school', pp. 7-15
Beardsley, Christina, 'Nudging towards serendipity: the Church of England and transsexual people', pp. 17-24
Gibson, Tim, 'Dealing with issues: how does the Church of England live with its teaching about homosexuality?', pp. 25-32
Crisp, Beth, 'Can the Church be good news for survivors of sexual abuse?', pp. 33-40

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April - June 2013. Blurred to entangled: subverting boundaries in pastoral encounters
Reader, John, 'Editorial: from blurred to entangled', pp. 3-5
Gaynor, Chris, 'Blurred encounters on a new estate', pp. 7-12
Loenardi, Jeff, 'Close encounters of a spiritual kind', pp. 13-17
Boon, Linda, 'Chaplaincy responses to stillbirth within a hospital setting: an ordinand reflects', pp19-31
Shannahan, Chris, 'Blurring the boundaries: social exclusion and spirituality on an urban estate', pp. 33-42

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January - March 2013
Platten, Stephen, 'Editorial: theology and ethics', pp. 3-8
Hughes, Gerry, 'Aristotle for our times', pp. 9-15
Rowlands, Anna, 'Epiphanies of the human: visions of the divine - ethics as moral theology', pp. 17-24
Oliver, Simon, 'Gift and Eucharist: the ethics of exchange', pp. 25-33
Butler, Tom, 'Social ethics and the World Council of Churches', pp. 35-41

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October - December 2012
Whipp, Margaret, 'Editorial: healthcare ethics', pp. 3-5
Collicutt, Joanna, 'Some ethical issues in dementia care: re-membering the person', pp. 7-17
Carter, Edward J., 'Intersex and human relationship: the biblical theme of the "next generatioN"', pp. 19-26
Woodward, James, 'How do we befriend death? Reflections on assisted dying', pp. 27-35
Rayner, Mike, 'Theology and public health', pp. 37-43
Holley, Paul, 'Global health and Christian mission: dilemmas in governance and agency', pp. 45-52
Sentamu, John, 'The future of healthcare', pp. 53-58
Brown, Malcolm, 'Obituary: the Revd Christopher Jones', p. 59

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April - June 2012
Brown, Malcolm, 'Editorial: constitutions and identities', pp. 3-6
Chapman, Richard, 'Bishops on the benches: a Church of England perspective on House of Lords reform', pp. 7-14
Jones, Christopher, 'Do we need a UK Bill of Rights?', pp. 15-21
Aitken, Ewan, 'The battle for Britain: Scotland's role in creating a disunited kingdom?', pp. 23-29
Blond, Philip, 'The case for an established church', pp. 31-34

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January - March 2012
Atherton, John and Margaret Whipp, 'Editorial: harvesting time?', pp. 3-5
Brown, Malcolm, 'Reading the runes: corrective influences in social theology, then and now', pp. 7-14
Whipp, Margaret, 'From the pill to the posthuman: five decades of Christian medical ethics', pp. 15-23
Sedgwick, Peter, 'Public theology in Britain, 1960-2010', pp. 25-32
Gladwin, John, 'The Church of England and same-sex relationships in the last 50 years', pp. 33-39

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October - December 2011
Brown, Malcolm, 'Editorial: chaplains and the mission of the church', pp. 3-6
Todd, Andrew, 'Chaplaincy leading church in(to) the public square', pp. 7-15
Hayler, Peter, 'Doing a new thing: chaplaincy as entrepreneurship', pp. 17-24
Davies, Siriol, 'The everyday multi-faith complexities of a chaplain's life', pp. 25-31
Threlfall-Holmes, Miranda and Mark Newitt, 'Chaplaincy and the parish', pp. 33-40

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April - June 2011
Todd, Andrew, 'Religion, chaplains, prisons and justice', pp. 3-6
Tilt, Dawn, 'Prison chaplains working with staff in the face of death', pp. 7-16
Lane, Ros, 'Imprisoned grief: a chaplaincy approach for supporting male prisoners', pp. 17-29
Kavanagh, Mike, Liz Bird and Lynette Emmanuel, 'Believing in change: the contribution of faith to desistance', pp. 31-41
Newell, Tim, 'A restorative approach to criminal justice', pp. 43-51

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January - March 2011
Brown, Malcolm, 'Editorial: Work: a spiritual activity', pp. 3-5
Hughes, John, 'Work, prayer and leisure in the Christian tradition', pp. 7-15
Reed, Esther D., 'Lost vocations', pp. 17-24
Fletcher, Christine, 'Restoring the sense of divine vocation to work', pp. 25-32
Poole, Eve, 'Management as a sacred trust', pp. 33-40
Weir, Stuart, 'Unwitting workers of grace', pp. 41-48

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October - December 2010
Sedgwick, Peter, 'Editorial: Edinburgh 2010', pp. 3-5
Cornick, David, 'Retrospect on an ecumenical century', pp. 7-15
Doe, Michael, 'The evangelisation of the world in this generation', pp. 17-24
Price, Janice, 'From Edinburgh 1910 to 2010: a revolution in social vision', pp. 25-32
Ward, Kevin, 'Ecumenical social ethics, the globalisation of Christianity, and the legacy of Edinburgh 1910', pp. 33-41

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July - September 2010
Burridge, Sue, 'Childhood: public and private concerns', pp. 3-5
Francis, Leslie J., 'Spiritual health and religious formation: the adolescent experience', pp. 7-14
Dorrell, Fleur, 'It's the adults who are the problem: children and their spirituality', pp. 15-20
Priddis, Anthony, 'Child protection', pp. 21-25
Ashcroft, John, 'Integrated growth: is what's right for business also right for children's well-being?', pp. 27-35
Ashdown, James, 'Community action and faith-based community work', pp. 37-44

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January – March 2010
Jones, Christopher, 'A crime against humanity?', pp. 3-7
Lyon, Juliet and Kimmett Edgar, 'A just response to vulnerable offenders', pp. 9-16
Pilkington, John, 'English life and leisure 60 years ago', pp. 17-20
Reader, John, 'So what is plan B for the UK economy?', pp. 21-26
Atherton, John, 'After the crash: ethical and religious strategies for reconstruction', pp. 27-41

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What's On

January '15

Seeing God and Knowing Oneself

February '15

Introduction to Church History and Doctrine
Living theology in mundane life or living faith through holiness
Suffering and Evil, Part 1
The Catholic Church since Vatican II

March '15

Introduction to the New Testament
Angels and the Fourth Lateran Council
Discipleship in the Gospel of Mark

April '15

What Bible Translation is Best
Jane Austen on Salvation: the theology of community