Gerald Bray, Director of Research at the Latimer Trust, has spent much of the last two years writing this comprehensive work of systematic theology, taking a refreshing new approach. It is published by Crossway in the US and also available from us and other online booksellers. This is what Crossway have to say about it:
'While there is no substitute for personal, faithful, and careful Bible reading and prayer, the Bible’s vast size and diversity can make distilling its truth a daunting task. Thus most Christians benefit from supplemental resources to help learn and apply what Scripture teaches.
'Do you wonder why there is so much opposition to women bishops and women priests in the Church of England? Whether you agree with her or not, you will find this short booklet from Lornal Ashworth will help you understand and prepare for the debates which lie ahead.' Dr Philip Giddings, Vice-Chair, General Synod House of Laity
Removing the Prohibition against Lay and Diaconal administration of the Lord's Supper: A suggested change in practice, set within the enormous need for mission in our contemporary world, and arising from a desire to better express biblical and Anglican Christianity. A suggested change that some don't understand, many resist, and others actively malign.
The worldwide Anglican movement is a vibrant and flourishing, if sometimes troubled, international phenomenon. In recent decades it has experienced exponential growth, especially in parts of Africa and Asia, where dynamic evangelism and church planting are often seen. Yet for their historic roots, Anglicans across the globe continue to look back to one small but long-established province, the Church of England.
As one way out of the current 'crisis' within the Anglican Communion, The Windsor Report seeks to strengthen the structures of the Communion in such a way as to give them almost quasi-legal force. The Faith Once for All Delivered assembles a number of responses to Windsor and argues that Windsor's Strategy has little chance of succeeding.
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