The ethical complexity of new technologies can seem overwhelming. The Bishop of Oxford offers five key questions for keeping ethics at the centre of AI strategy.

Lamb of God

How are we to hear the words of Isaiah afresh today as we walk through the pandemic, and as we re-assess our lives?

Gavin Collins

The Queen has approved the appointment of Gavin Collins as the next Bishop of Dorchester. Meet Gavin in this special edition of Bishop Steven's podcast.

A response to overseas aid cuts

An open letter to MPs within the Diocese of Oxford regarding the announcement of cuts to Britain's overseas aid budget.

A word for the weary

The next three months or so may well be the hardest of the COVID journey - how can we find the resources to give strength to our communities when we are already tired and worn down?

Will you come and follow me?

Welcome to Episode 6 of this podcast series, Comfortable Words. We’re exploring part of the Book of Isaiah: chapters 40-55, the songs of an unnamed prophet who sings at the end of the exile to call God’s people home.

When you pass through the waters, I will be with you

The experience of death for human beings is universal. We will, all of us, pass through this river. There is no way around it. So what elements are important in preparing the dying for their death, and why is that a key part of the ministry of a priest? The Bishop of Oxford offers five themes to reflect on in our preparation for death and for dying.

Servant leadership

As Christians we are called to a life of service together, to love and support one another in all the joys and sorrows of our lives. But where does that idea come from?

Those who wait for the Lord will renew their strength

In times of crisis and difficulty, it is not enough to numb ourselves. The pain around us overwhelms our defences. Something much deeper is needed.