Anglican Women on Mission and the Church
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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
This pioneering book by theologians and leaders in the Anglican Communion addresses the topics of ecclesiology and issiology. This book invites theologians, theological educators and church leaders to reconsider the theological basis of the Church and its call to mission and ministry in the twenty-first century, paying special attention to the colonial legacy of the Anglican Church and the shift of Christian demographics to the Global South. Part one of the book offers reflections on historical and theological perspectives on the Church by some of the Anglican Communion's leading theologians. In the second part of the book, a number of authors from around the world discuss the involvement of Anglican women in God's mission in a variety of contexts including the Mothers' Union, the Church Mission Society and the HIV-Aids pandemic.
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