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Rebuilding Jerusalem

Paperback|Oct 2007
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"In this wide-ranging and visionary book, Stephen Platten, Bishop of Wakefield explores ties of land, faith, commerce and culture with an innovative perspective, always looking through the present to futures that see the Church reclaiming and reinterpreting that hope in...


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"In this wide-ranging and visionary book, Stephen Platten, Bishop of Wakefield explores ties of land, faith, commerce and culture with an innovative perspective, always looking through the present to futures that see the Church reclaiming and reinterpreting that hope in a 'Jerusalem builded here.'"--BOOK JACKET.
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This book assumes that everyone has a basic religious impulse, but that in England the Church has 'lost the hearts' of the English people. This did not happen suddenly and this book will examine what happened, and how the natural human response to religion can be rekindled. Questions and issues to be covered include: why religion still appears to be a natural response within certain parts of Europe; how did the English Reformation affect the religious sensibilities of the population; the Methodist revival of the 18th Century Evangelical and Tractarian revivals of the 19th Century Secularisation; and, how does one re-awaken a sacred view of the world.
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Stephen Platten

Stephen Platten is Bishop of Wakefield and Chair of the Church of England Liturgical Commission.

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