Third Way magazine is a monthly magazine
dedicated to Christian thinking on culture, society, economics and
politics. It was launched in January 1977 by a wing of the
Church that had begun to rediscover the imperative of social
responsibility which, with some notable exceptions, it had long
Its title refers to a comment by the theologian Os Guinness in a
book entitled The Dust of Death: 'How often in the
contemporary discussion a sensitive modern man knows that he cannot
accept either of the polarised alternatives offered to him. In
Christianity, however, there can be a Third Way, a true middle
ground which has a basis, is never compromise and is far from
Along the way, we've picked up some keen fans:
"Inclusive and intelligent" Bono
"Professional, imaginative, unafraid, it makes an
irreplaceable contribution." Archbishop Rowan
The editor, Simon Jones.
The reviews editor, Sally Fraser.
Huw Spanner looks after 'High Profile'.
Nick Thorpe edits the features.
Hannah Kowszun does 'Faith in Practice'.
Martyn Halsall finds the poems.