I was one of the founders and served as Theological Secretary from 2003-19. I wrote a regular, bimonthly 'Fulcrum Newsletter' from 2005-11. They were modelled on the monthly CMS Newsletters of Max Warren, John V Taylor, Simon Barrington-Ward and Michael Nazir-Ali and aimed to provide in-depth articles commenting on contemporary issues of theology, mission and Anglicanism. The series continued from 2011-13 written by the then Chair of Fulcrum, Stephen Kuhrt.
11/06/2011 from Fulcrum Newsletters
Richard Johnson annual sermon preached at St Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, London Tuesday, 7 June 2011 for the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers
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Copublished, with permission, with The Times online, 5 July 2010 Should Christians keep themselves to themselves and not share Christ with people of other faiths?
21/05/2010 from Fulcrum Newsletters
Copublished, with permission, with The Times online, Faith Central, 21 May 2010 How do you depict the Holy Spirit? Doves, flames of fire, and trees bending in the wind may come to mind. For me, Jonathan Clark’s maquette – a small scale model – of his Ely sculpture, ‘The Way of Life’, is powerfully intriguing. …
02/04/2010 from Fulcrum Newsletters
Copublished, with permission, with The Times online, Faith Central, Good Friday 2 April 2010. Perceptions of Jonathan Clarke’s six-foot tall sculpture, ‘The Eighth Hour’.
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An edited version of an address given to the Diocese of Lichfield World Mission Conference at Swanwick, Derbyshire, on 8 July 2008.
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In his fifth Fulcrum Newsletter, just prior to the Archbishop of Canterbury's visti to the House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church in New Orleans, Graham wrote about the two extreme 'edges' that the Anglican Communion needed defending against: 'automomous rootless liberalism' and 'independent relentless puritanism'. He drew on the wisdom of Lancelot Andrewes, Richard Hooker and S T Coleridge. It was copublished with the Church of England Newspaper on 21 Sept 2007.
10/04/2007 from Fulcrum Newsletters
After visiting Singapore for a week in early December 2006, as a guest of Michael Poon at Trinity College, and meeting with John Chew, the Archbishop of South East Asia, Graham wrote this article about the Global South Anglican movement for the Church Times, which was republished, with permission, as the fourth Fulcrum Newsletter.
29/08/2006 from Fulcrum Newsletters
In his third Fulcrum Newsletter, with a hyperlinked contents page, Graham wrote about the various events leading up to the launch of Fulcrum in 2003.
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The eighth Fulcrum Newsletter written just before General Convention of The Epsicopal Church of the USA (ECUSA) , which met in Columbus, Ohio, 13-21 June 2006. Graham devloped a 'Quadrant' to help to map the various groups in the Anglican Communion: Federal Liberals, Communion Liberals, Communion Conservatives and Federal Conservatives.
31/07/2005 from Fulcrum Newsletters
Graham Kings' July 2005 reflections written as the first Fulcrum newsletter when he was Vicar of St Mary's, Islington.