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Translating the Bible

Translating the BibleTranslating the Bible: from William Tyndale to King James by Gerald Bray.

What motivated the men who gave us our Bible in English? Much of the answer lies in the turbulent religious history of the era, but there are clues which can be found in the prefaces published with each new edition.

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Shadow Gospel

Shadow GospelShadow Gospel: Rowan Williams and the Anglican Communion Crisis by Charles Raven.

“There have been other discussions of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s theology, but this is the first serious attempt to link it with his ecclesiastical policy. The parallel seems to be drawn very tellingly.” - The Revd Dr Roger Beckwith, formerly warden of Latimer House, Oxford.

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Being Faithful

Being FaithfulBeing Faithful: The Shape of Historic Anglicanism Today by The Theological Work Group of GAFCON.

A Commentary on the Jerusalem Declaration supplemented by The Way, the Truth and the Life - Theological Resources for a Global Anglican Future.

How did the worldwide Anglican Communion come to the present situation, in which its conflict is a matter of continual public debate, and where it seems no peace-initiatives have been able to succeed?

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The Way of the Cross

The Way of the CrossThe Way of the Cross: Biblical Resources for a Global Anglican Future - 6 studies

Did you wish you were there? In June 2008, 291 Anglican Bishops gathered in Jerusalem with almost 900 other Anglican leaders, representing over 40 million churchgoing Anglicans from around the Anglican Communion, for the Global Anglican Future Conference. You can now join them in these Bible studies.

They issued a Statement on the Global Anglican Future and said: ‘We believe that, in God’s providence, Anglicanism has a bright future in obedience to our Lord’s Great Commission to make disciples of all nations and to build up the church on the foundation of biblical truth (Matthew 28:18-20; Ephesians 2:20).’

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God, Gays and the Church

GGCGod, Gays & the Church: Human Sexuality in Christian Thinking Edited by Lisa Nolland, Chris Sugden and Sarah Finch

In contemporary discussions about human sexuality, great prominence is given to personal stories from gay people. This emphasis can also been seen in recent Christian debates, such as those in the General Synod of the Church of England in February 2007. But there it was a one-sided testimony, and this book is intended to redress the balance.

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