Monday, 7 April 2008

What is REFORM for?

Rod Thomas, REFORM chairman, writes, "It is ... one thing to say that the Church of England's doctrinal foundations are good and quite another to argue that it is, in practice, a good place for the proclamation of the gospel. This is where this booklet by Jonathan Fletcher is so helpful. He points to a time when the situation in the Church of England was extremely dire and then demonstrates how dramatically different it became over a period of 100 years. What made the difference were people motivated by the same desire for reform that motivates us today. Jonathan identifies five lessons from their lives that we should learn from today. My hope is that this thrilling account and analysis will continue to encourage us as we work for reform within the Church."

Back To The Future: Reforming The Church of England - Learning From The Past
by Jonathan Fletcher

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