Description - Mission-shaped Questions by Steven J. L. Croft
In 2004 Mission-shaped Church presented a challenge to church leaders. Now Mission-Shaped Questions addresses the big theological and practical issues that have arisen. Drawn from a range of Anglican and Methodist backgrounds, the highly-respected contributors take an incisive look at church and its future. They tackles questions such as: What exactly is church? Can we develop churches that can transform culture? Can we be mission-shaped and kingdom-focused too? These contributions are an essential read for anyone committed to the future of church and mission.
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Author Biography - Steven J. L. Croft
* Steven Croft (editor) is the Archbishops' Missioner and Team Leader of Fresh Expressions. * Loveday Alexander is Professor of Biblical Studies in the University of Sheffield and Canon Theologian at Chester Cathedral. * Martyn Atkins President of the Methodist Conference. * Lynda Barley is Head of Research for the Archbishops' Council. * Tim Dakin is General Secretary of the Church Mission Society. * John Drane is at the School of Theology in Fuller Seminary, California. * James Dunn is Professor of Divinity at Durham, a Methodist Local Preacher and a lay Canon of Durham Cathedral. * John Hull teaches in The Queen's Foundation, Birmingham. * Alison Morgan is a minister, writer and theologian. * Angela Tilby is Vicar of St Benet's, Cambridge. * Graham Tomlin is Dean of St Mellitus College. * Lindsay Urwin OGS is a professed member of the Oratory of the Good Shepherd and is a founder member of the Archbishops' College of Evangelists. * Martin Warner is Canon Pastor of St Paul's Cathedral, London. * David Wilkinson is Principal of St John's College Durham and Wesley Lecturer in Divinity in the University of Durham.