The Gospel, Sexual Abuse and the Church Paperback
A Theological Resource for the Local Church
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The Gospel, Sexual Abuse and the Church
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The Gospel, Sexual Abuse and the Church is intended to be used by those with responsibility for teaching and preaching in the Church of England, including clergy and licensed lay ministers, and those with specific responsibilities for safeguarding training. The three main sections provide material that can be used for training sessions and study days, with groups such as a PCC or Church Council, a ministry team, or a discussion group. Each section includes suggested quotations for reflection, discussion questions and a 'Bible focus'. 'Safeguarding raises significant theological questions for Christians: questions about humanity, sin, grace, forgiveness, reconciliation and the church.
Making space for grappling with the issues that arise here is essential if the church is going to be able to speak about God and about the gospel both when it is seeking to do safeguarding well and when it is reacting to situations where something has gone badly wrong.' - From the Preface by The Right Revd Dr Christopher Cocksworth, Chair of the Faith and Order Commission
The Gospel, Sexual Abuse and the Church by The Faith and Order Commission was published by Church House Publishing in July 2016 and is our 4626th best seller. The ISBN for The Gospel, Sexual Abuse and the Church is 9780715111093.
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|Page last updated||7th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||The Faith and Order Commission|
|Publisher||Church House Publishing (July 2016)|
|Number of Pages||48|