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Church of England's 'Health Check' available as a book

Paul Handley

by Paul Handley

Posted: 28 Mar 2014 @ 11:05

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A BOOSTER jab? Or major surgery?

Throughout February, the Church Times gave the C of E a thorough medical. We asked 35 specialists to take the Church's temperature and peer down its throat.

They looked at its congregations, leadership, governance, and social influence, and made recommendations for treatment.

This wide-ranging examination proved popular, and prompted so much debate that we are now offering the four sections in one handy book, published by Canterbury Press.

Ideal for individual study or group discussion - and there's a big discount for multiple orders. 

£12.99 (CT Bookshop price £11.69 - only £8.99 if you order six copies or more)

Order your copies now at www.chbookshop.co.uk

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