Redemptive Justice? Survivors of church-related abuse

THIS new paper from the Rev Dr David Atkinson (retired Anglican Bishop of Thetford) and Dr Sue Atkinson (survivor of childood abuse, with a PhD in professional development and how groups learn to change) proposes a framework for the Church of England’s on-going...

New Ekklesia Publishing site

EKKLESIA Publishing was established in 2016 and has so far produced ten titles, with several more in process for 2021. Our aim is to bring to market high quality books which help change the way we look at the world based on the values of social justice, peacemaking,...

New imprint on culture and transformation

CHANGE is not just about politics, but the whole spectrum of human activity and endeavour. That is the inspirational thought behind Siglum, which is a new imprint which focuses on the illuminative and transformative possibilities of the arts, music and culture. Among...

Seeking truth and freedom in a post-truth world

HOW DO CHRISTIANS and others of good faith speak truthfully and act justly, with freedom and responsibility, in a world which seems increasingly characterised by the manipulations and distortions of power? In this extended  essay, author, academic and retired bishop...

Ekklesia responds to Faith Engagement Review

IN NOVEMBER 2020, the UK Government’s Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government issued a short-period consultation on faith engagement. Respondents were given just four weeks to submit evidence and observations. Ekklesia’s director, Simon Barrow,...

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