Bearing Witness in Hope
Has the Church lost sight of her original vocation of living out her mission by serving the world?
There is a prevailing ecclesiology of fatalism which suggests that it has, and that there is nothing to do be done about. This book argues however, that the church still has a role in bearing witness fruitfully and creatively even within a context of crisis. Leading thinkers offer theoretical, contextual and practical responses to encourage a renewed love for the church and renewed energy to bear witness appropriately and creatively.
- Richard Bauckham â€“ on New Testament perspectives on a church in crisis
- Alister McGrath â€“ challenging the narrative of decline
- Rev Dr Carlton Turner â€“ on BAME Presence and the Witness of Diversity and Inclusion
- Dr Susie Snyder â€“ on attending to those on the margins