Anglican Social Theology: Renewing the vision today
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Anglican Social Theology: Renewing the vision today  -     By: Malcolm Brown

Anglican Social Theology: Renewing the vision today

Church House Publishing / 2014 / Paperback

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Title: Anglican Social Theology: Renewing the vision today
By: Malcolm Brown
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Church House Publishing
Publication Date: 2014
Dimensions: 9.00 X 5.00 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 0715144405
ISBN-13: 9780715144404
Stock No: WW144400

Publisher's Description

• Churches and faith groups are increasingly relied upon to provide social and charitable services. • This unique volume provides a theological framework for responding to social needs in a sustainable way. • Essential reading for all churches involved in practical service to their communities and for ordinands. • Commissioned by a group of senior C of E clergy in areas hardest-hit by the recession. The new archbishop is outspoken in matters of social theology.

Author Bio

Malcolm Brown is Director of Mission and Public Affairs for the Archbishops' Council. He previously taught ethics at Manchester University and in the Cambridge Theological Federation. Alan Suggate is former Senior Lecturer in Theology, University of Durham, and the foremost expert on William Temple. Jonathan Chaplin is a leading Anglican ethicist. He is based at the Kirby Laing Institute of Christian Ethics, Cambridge. Anna Rowlands is an expert on Catholic Social Teaching. Now based at Kings College, London, she previously taught Practical Theology at Westcott House, Cambridge. John Hughes was Dean of Chapel and Fellow of Jesus College and an affiliated Lecturer in the Cambridge University Faculty of Divinity where he taught philosophy, ethics, and Christian doctrine. John tragically died in a car accident on 29 June 2014, just a short time before the publication of Anglican Social Theology.

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"This book deserves wide and serious study." -- Urban Bulletin

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