Amazing Love: Theology For Discipleship, Sexuality and Mission
Amazing Love brings together the wisdom and insight of leading Christian theologians to offer a clear and positive case for the affirmation of gay, lesbian, and bisexual relationships within the Church, as a part of its mission and as an...
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Amazing Love brings together the wisdom and insight of leading Christian theologians to offer a clear and positive case for the affirmation of gay, lesbian, and bisexual relationships within the Church, as a part of its mission and as an integral part of Christian discipleship for the whole of our lives.In short, accessible chapters, Andrew Davison (Starbridge Lecturer in Theology and Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge) explores issues of sexuality in relation to Being Followers of Jesus, Being Human, Being Biblical, Being Part of the Story, Being in Love, and Being Missional.Amazing Love has been written by Andrew in collaboration with: Duncan Dormor (Dean of Chapel, St John's College, Cambridge), Ruth Harley (Children's and Families' Minister at All Saints Church, High Wycombe), Rosie Harper (Vicar of Great Missenden and Chaplain to the Bishop of Buckingham), Elizabeth Phillips (Tutor in Theology and Ethics, Westcott House, Cambridge), Jeff Phillips (Tutor in Philosophy and Theology, Westcott House, Cambridge), Simon Sarmiento (Co-founder of Thinking Anglicans), Jane Shaw (Dean for Religious Life and Professor of Religious Studies, Stanford University, California and Canon Emerita, Salisbury Cathedral), and Alan Wilson (Bishop of Buckingham).The Foreword has been written by Canon Mark Russell, Chief Executive, of Church Army UK and Ireland.
Andrew Davison (DPhil, University of Oxford) is Starbridge Lecturer in Theology and Natural Sciences in the Divinity Faculty of the University of Cambridge. He has taught at Westcott House, Cambridge, and at St. Stephen's House, Oxford, and is known for his writing on doctrine, mission, and the church. He is coauthor of "For the Parish: A Critique of Fresh Expressions" and joint editor of "Lift Up Your Hearts".