Transforming Priesthood - A New Theology of Mission and Ministry by Richard Higginson

Transforming Priesthood - A New Theology of Mission and Ministry

byRichard Higginson

Paperback | August 25, 1994

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Transforming Priesthood offers a major theological reappraisal of the present and future role of the parish priest in Britain. Although written primarily with Anglicans in mind, the book is full if insights for partner churches - especially for those in which professional ministers and lay people recognize the need to collaborate effectively in carrying forward the mission and ministry of the whole Church. 'At last, here we have a practical, imaginative, and intelligent vision of priesthood for today's Church of England and beyond it. Dr Greenwood is widely experienced in parish ministry as well as at diocesan level and in academic theology. He is both realistic and theologically perceptive about contemporary England and its churches. His analyses are convincing; he is in touch with the livliest developments at local level and in theological thinking; and at the heart of his prescription is a relevant and passionate affirmation of the Trinitarian God. The result is a book that should not only stimulate debate of the right kind at a time of momentous change in all churches, it should also help to nurture Christian vocations, both as laity and parish priests.' David F Ford, Regius Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge.

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Title:Transforming Priesthood - A New Theology of Mission and MinistryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:252 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.53 inPublished:August 25, 1994Publisher:SPCK PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0281047618

ISBN - 13:9780281047611

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