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Accounting for holiness, wherever found

Andrew Davison reads a study of Christian ideas on other faiths

Christianity and World Religions: Disputed Questions in the theology of religions
Gavin D’Costa

Wiley-Blackwell £17.99 (978-1-4051-7673-6)
Church Times Bookshop £16.20

FOR the Church to discover that most of the world’s inhabitants were neither Christians, Jews, Muslims, nor heretics was a Copernican moment. From then on, there has been need for a “theology of religions”. As ...

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A man in tune with his times

A man in tune with his times

Ian Ramsey was an 'improbable' Bishop of Durham. On the centenary of his birth, John Saxbee recalls a philosopher of religion who was also a man of the people  Subscribe to read more

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The challenges that the new C of E reports duck

Linda Woodhead finds the proposed remedies for the numerical decline of the Church too clerical and too congregational  Read More

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