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Anglicanism Reimagined: An Honest Church?
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Anglicanism Reimagined: An Honest Church?

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SPCK 2010

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Overview

In Anglicanism Reimagined, Andrew Shanks challenges all who are tempted to erect boundaries around their faith. Far more important than dogma and metaphysics, he argues, is the need to be open to all, and to engage with people who hold views at odds with our own. He shows how a commitment to this ideal can create fresh energy and new ways forward for the Church.

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Key Features

  • Presents an essential work on Anglicanism
  • Includes classic and contemporary Anglican theology
  • Explores how openness and honesty can create new ways foward for the Church

Contents

  • Beyond dogma
  • ‘Beyond good and evil’
  • Beyond Liberal Theology
  • Beyond baptism-and-confirmation
  • Beyond bishops-as-politicians

Praise for the Print Edition

This is an irrepressibly hopeful book and an exhilarating read. Shanks believes that the Church should be a place of open conversation between radically different people who are asking: “Why am I what I am and what am I called to become?” He suggests that the Anglican Communion is uniquely—if precariously—positioned to be such a Church—and what needs to change if that is to happen. I find myself daring to believe that he’s right.

—Rosemary Lain-Priestley, dean of Women’s Ministry Diocese of London

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About Andrew Shanks

Andrew Shanks is Maurice Reckitt Teaching Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at Lancaster University. He has also worked as a school teacher in Ethiopia and Egypt, and as a Church of England parish priest in Leeds. His previous book, Hegel's Political Theology, was published in 1991.

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