This is an informative, comprehensive and controversial exploration of one of the nation's most established institutions, the Church of England. The text explores the Church's glories and achievements, its origins and structures and its organizations.
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Monica Furlong was a leading theologian, broadcaster and writer, who led the movement for the ordination of women as its moderator, and also as the leader of the St Hilda Community which develops new forms of worship which have become very widespread.Review:
"'Clear, comprehensive and searching. Asks some hard questions but allows a variety of voices to be heard. A good and necessary book.' Evening Standard. 'A reflective and engaging book, in which Furlong's loyalty to the institution does not prevent her from pointing out painful truths about its current plight.' Sunday Telegraph. 'A devastating analysis of a church in theological, spiritual and organisational palsy - written by a supporter.' Guardian. 'A controversial and important book.' The Tablet."
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