Listening Together

Listening Together

by Muthuraj Swamy, Stephen Spencer

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Overview

With 85 million members in more than 165 countries, the Anglican Communion represents a wide variety of opinions on mission, theology, and how to live and act as God's people. Listening Together focuses on the renewal of prayer and the religious life, with stories and reflections from faithful leaders from across the Communion.

"Nothing is more important to our relationship with God than prayer through Jesus Christ," says Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury. "Renewal of the religious life and renewal of prayer go hand in hand: There will not be one without the other. It is about letting God into every last part of our life."

Listening Together is the third of a three-book series to help Anglicans around the world discuss shared challenges and opportunities for mission and ministry.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162832782
Publisher: Forward Movement
Publication date: 04/23/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 560 KB

About the Author

Stephen Spencer (D.Phil, University of Oxford) is Director for Theological Education in the Anglican Communion and a canon of Musoma Cathedral in the Diocese of Mara, Tanzania. He has been a tutor and lecturer in theological education since 1999 and is author of William Temple: A Calling to Prophecy (SPCK, 2001), Christ in All Things: William Temple and His Writings (Canterbury Press, 2015), and editor of Theology Reforming Society: Revisiting Anglican Social Theology (SCM Press, 2017). He is author of three SCM Press study guides, on Christian mission (2007), Anglicanism (2010) and church history (2013), and of the forthcoming Growing and Flourishing: The Ecology of Church Growth (SCM Press, 2019).

Muthuraj Swamy (PhD, University of Edinburgh, UK) is Director of the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, and a Visiting Fellow at St John’s College, Durham University. He is also project manager of the Theological Education for Mission in the Anglican Communion, London. Previously he was a theological educator in India, where he hails from, and has been involved in interfaith activities and peace-building programmes for several years. He is the author of several articles and book chapters and of the books The Problem with Interreligious Dialogue: Plurality, Conflict and Elitism in Hindu-Christian-Muslim Relations (London: Bloomsbury, 2016) and Reconciliation (SPCK, 2019), the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book for the year 2019.

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