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Studies

Liberal Catholicism

Liberal CatholicismLiberal Catholicism: Charles Gore and the Question of Authority by Geoffrey Grimes.

Throughout his life (1853-1932) Charles Gore struggled to achieve a synthesis between freedom of conscience and ecclesiastical authority. Where these came into conflict, which should prevail?

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Islam: Towards a Christian Assessment

Islam: Towards a Christian AssessmentIslam: Towards a Christian Assessment by Hugh Goddard.

It is always very difficult for believers to make a fair assessment of religious convictions which are different from their own. The nature of religious belief is such that it involves a total commitment of heart and mind, and this makes it particularly difficult to acquire and practise the kind of balanced detachment which one would normally expect in any scholarly investigation. Christians and Muslims have both been guilty of caricaturing each other's beliefs, and this has produced a tradition of misunderstanding and mistrust which bedevils inter-faith communication today.

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Christian Character: Jeremy Taylor and Christian Ethics Today

Christian Character: Jeremy Taylor and Christian Ethics TodayChristian Character: Jeremy Taylor and Christian Ethics Today by David A Scott.

What possible use could evangelical Anglicans have for the writings of Jeremy Taylor? In this study of Christian moral formation I argue that Taylor, despite questionable statements about repentance, offers reasonable theological insights into moral formation. Although Taylor lived in the 17th Century and was a Laudian, he can be helpful in orienting contemporary evangelical Anglican reflection on Christian moral formation.

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Future Patterns of Episcopacy

Future Patterns of Episcopacy: Reflections in RetirementFuture Patterns of Episcopacy: Reflections in Retirement by Stuart Blanch.

If there is a case for change in one of the most conservative institutions on earth, the episcopate can hardly be immune to the new patterns of episcopacy which may emerge.

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Mission & Evangelism in Recent Thinking 1974-1986

Mission & Evangelism in Recent Thinking 1974-1986Mission & Evangelism in Recent Thinking: 1974-1986 by Robert Bashford.

This study of mission and evangelism is part of a thesis presented by the Revd Robert Bashford for the degree of M.Phil (CNAA), which he was awarded in 1989. Originally, Mr Bashford considered the international statements on mission published by the Lausanne Congress in 1974, by the World Council of Churches (Nairobi, 1975) and by the Roman Catholic Church (1975) as well as the material presented here. He also extended his scope to take in statements on mission made by the Methodist and Roman Catholic Churches in the United Kingdom.

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