Drawing on the 1945 report, ‘Towards the Conversion of England’, and the work of the Bishop of Taita Taveta in Kenya, Dr Samson Mwaluda, John Richardson argues in this book that nothing less than a radical revision of the Church of England’s agenda is sufficient for the task of evangelizing a nation.
Anglican evangelicals are called upon to set aside their divisions and their focus on their own position within the Church, and instead to develop a strategy that changes the whole denomination into an instrument for evangelism.
Aimed at laypeople as well as clergy, his book is a plea for the transformation of the Church for the proclamation of the gospel.
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What they've said about A Strategy that Changes the Denomination:
“If the recommendations in this book had been acted upon twenty years ago, we would be living in a very different, and perhaps more united and effective, Church today.” Darren Moore, Vicar of St Catherine’s Tranmere, Merseyside.
“This book provides a thoughtful and thought-provoking analysis of the Church of England. The desire to learn from the past and contend for the future lays down a significant challenge to all who long to see Christ proclaimed in England.” Susie Leafe, Women's Worker and General Synod Member.
“” A Strategy that Changes the Denomination, ISBN 978-1-4478-5667-2, 99 pages paperback, including bibliography and index.