Christ and Culture Paperback
Communion After Lambeth
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Christ and Culture by Martyn Percy was published by Canterbury Press in January 2010 and is our 57365th best seller. The ISBN for Christ and Culture is 9781853119873.
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Canterbury Studies in Anglicanism: Christ and CulturePaddy Beresford, via The Good Book Stall
This is the first volume in a new series, with the specific purpose of opening up Lambeth Conference themes from 2008 to the wider church for debate and reflection as well as providing a resource for theological colleges and emerging Anglican leaders.
That conference was unlike any former Lambeth conferences – it was a conference dominated by listening rather than speaking. The focus was on Bible study in small groups called indaba [Zulu for “respectful engagement”].
Chapters include: Anglican identity, Proclaiming the good news: evangelism, Transforming society: social injustice, Celebrating common ground: Other churches and God's mission, Safeguarding creation: The environment, Engaging with a multi-faith world, Equal in God's sight: gender violence, Living under scripture, Human sexuality etc. Leading bishops from around the world reflect on these themes - including Rowan Williams, Tom Wright, Katharine Jefferts Schori, Geoffrey Rowell, Richard Clarke, Victoria Matthews, Drexel Gomez and others. At a time when the Anglican Communion is rocked with theological and ethical issues that constantly threaten to divide, the conference pioneered a new way forward – through a “voluntary commitment to a non-coercive form of mutually shared authority…with Christ-like vulnerability”.
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|Page last updated||25th February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Martyn Percy|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (January 2010)|
|Number of Pages||160|