The Anglican Communion And Homosexuality Paperback
The official study guide to enable listening and dialogue
by Phil Groves;
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The Anglican Communion And Homosexuality
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This book includes items from all parts of the world, from individuals and groups, to give a spectrum of views under 8 different chapter headings. Background information on homosexuality, advice on the progress of dialogue and case studies are included.
The Anglican Communion And Homosexuality by Phil Groves was published by SPCK in June 2008 and is our 46311th best seller. The ISBN for The Anglican Communion And Homosexuality is 9780281059638.
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The Anglican Communion and HomosexualityPhelim McIntyre, via The Good Book Stall
I was pleasantly surprised with The Anglican Communion and Homosexuality, and also relieved. Too much of what is written about the issue of homosexuality is driven by polemic and tainted by political argument. The Anglican Communion and Homosexuality is not. It is, as much as is possible, a review of the theological and scientific arguments from both sides of the debate. The editor and contributors have done a great job of distilling the various arguments into a readable format. Yes there are areas which could be developed further and more questions are raised than are answered, but as a tool to start people listening and thinking about the issue, or for those who just need information without the hype The Anglican Communion and Homosexuality is one of the best starting points I have come across.
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Details for The Anglican Communion And Homosexuality
|Author / Artist||Phil Groves|
|Publisher||SPCK (June 2008)|
|Number of Pages||288|
|Page last updated||12th December 2015|