Living Reconciliation Paperback

by Angharad Parry-Jones; Phil Groves;

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Living Reconciliation

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A manifesto for reconciliation that aims to inspire different communities to build deeper relationships with each other Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury who will also write the foreword for the book; reconciliation is one of his four key theological priorities which will characterise his ministry Strong focus on the indaba process, which emphasises that reconciliation is the heart of mission not separate to it The book is one of three elements - a book, a website and a launch at Lambeth Palace - which will complement and expand on each other, and which constitute a brand This book is intended as a platform to enable people to engage with and understand the Archbishop's thinking on and methodology for reconciliation. Emerging from the Anglican Communion in collaboration with the Lambeth staff, the book has a strong focus on the indaba process which marked the 2008 Lambeth conference, on drawing lessons from practical stories from around the Communion, and on tying the process to the Bible at every point.

Living Reconciliation by Angharad Parry-Jones; Phil Groves was published by SPCK Publishing in September 2014 and is our 54838th best seller. The ISBN for Living Reconciliation is 9780281072262.

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Details for Living Reconciliation

Page last updated 13th December 2015
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSPCK Publishing (September 2014)
Number of Pages144
Height216 mm
Width138 mm
Product Code4286211
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