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This report from the Evangelical Alliance is intended to inform the public about the subject of transsexuality and its complex practical, pastoral, and theological consequences for the Church. The book offers suggested guidelines for how a Christian response to transsexual people might work in practice.
This series complements the specialist series of Studies in Christian History and Thought and Thought for which Paternoster is becoming increasingly well known by offering works that cover the wider field of Christian history and thought. It encompasses accounts of Christian witness at various periods studies of individual Christians and movements works which concern the relations of church and society through history and the history of Christian thought.The series includes monographs revised dissertations and theses and collections of papers by individuals and groups. As well as 'freestanding' volumes works on particular running themes are being commissioned; authors will be engaged for these from around the world and from a variety of Christian traditions.A high academic standard combined with lively writing will commend the volumes in this series both to scholars and to a wider readership.
The Evangelical Alliance was founded in 1846 and is the oldest alliance of evangelical Christians in the world.The Alliance is the largest body serving evangelical Christians in the UK, and has a membership including denominations, churches, organisations and individuals. In its formative years the Alliance particularly stood for the victims of religious persecution and enabled evangelicals from different denominations to work together.As part of a movement 'uniting to change society' the Alliance promotes unity and truth, acts as an evangelical voice to the state, society and the wider church