19 results found for: living in love and faith

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Prof Helen King: Living in Love and Faith: doing history

Where does LLF stand on history? It’s certainly trying (but unfortunately failing) to keep up with the contemporary world; and I’m thinking here just of those […]

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Prof Diarmaid MacCulloch: Living in Love and Faith

The end-result of the Living in Love and Faith process, all 482 pages of it (hereafter LLF), is a good deal better than it might have […]

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Will Moore: Be the Bigger Christians: A response to Living in Love and Faith

The release of Living in Love and Faith (LLF) by the Church of England has caused an uproar from all corners of the Anglican debate regarding […]

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Prof John Barton: The Bible in Living in Love and Faith

There is much to like in Living in Love and Faith.  Some may think it too long, but that seems to me one of its strengths: […]

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Adrian Thatcher: Living in Love and Faith

There is much that is positive about LLF. There is evidence of able people who have undertaken much work in producing it. The book is commendably […]

Modern Church Conference 2020 POSTPONED

The Modern Church conference, Living in Love and Faith, scheduled for July 2020 has been postponed and will now take place in July 2022. The conference this […]

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Sex and the Church’s past

If you are following the Church of England’s agonisings over same-sex partnerships and the Living in Love and Faith project, you’ll be interested in Giles Goddard’s […]

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Love or faith? Can we live with both?

The Church of England’s long-awaited book Living in Love and Faith has now been published. It describes itself as ‘Christian teaching and learning about identity, sexuality, […]

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Sara Gillingham: On the outside Looking in

It is now over six months since I made the decision to leave the Church of England, and I feel far better for doing so. I […]