Christians today are faced with pressure to change and accommodate, both from outside and from within the church community. Nowhere does this seem to be more true than on the issue of human sexuality.
This volume discusses the issue with particular interest in the impact of recent events and publications on the Church of England.
Its collection of papers and reviews aims to spell out the biblical foundations for Christian thinking about sexuality and to offer an incisive critique which can inform our response to this pressure.
'Our concern for truth and godliness means we have no option but to engage in the debate and I commend what follows to careful reading as well as courageous action, in the cause of making Christ more widely known and of fashioning our way of life according to the pattern of Christ.’
from the Foreword by The Rt Revd Julian Henderson Bishop of Blackburn
Martin Davie is a theological consultant for the Church of England Evangelical Council and the Oxford Centre for Religion in Public Life. He has taught doctrine and church history at both Wycliffe Hall and Oak Hill College.
ISBN: 978 1 906327 34 7