Methodist Theology Today

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Bloomsbury Academic, May 10, 2006 - Religion - 248 pages

British Methodism is reshaping itself. At a time of uncertainty about the future, owing to declining numbers and an ever-closer relationship with the Church of England, a collection of the liveliest theological minds in contemporary Methodism have written a book which shows how recent theology can be a resource for the future.

Methodism has always had an active concern with both evangelism and social welfare and by means of its central organization it is able to coordinate efforts in these areas. The book asks challenging questions about how this may develop in the complex post-modern secular world.

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I was happy to read this book because as an American Methodist I am not as familiar with Methodism in Great Britain. It was a way for m to learn about what is going on there in our church. I found ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Clive Marsh is Secretary of the Faith and Order Committee and a Local Preacher in the Methodist Church in Britain. He is professionally involved in theological education in church and university settings.

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