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Sexuality: the case for a conservative approach

Pastoral, anthropological, and missional arguments should not displace biblical authority, says Julian Henderson

IT IS with reluctance, and yet conviction, that I sense the need to enter the current debate about sexuality in a more public way — but from a personal point of view rather than with a diocesan or Church of England Evangelical Council (CEEC) mandate.

The recent publication Journeys in Grace and Truth, edited by Jayne Ozanne, and written in preparation for the General Synod, gives an account of Evangelicals who have come to view the scriptures differently from the traditional ...

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