oo often, Christian churches’ recent debates and traumas are presented as battles between traditional upholders of Christian truth on the one hand, and trendy liberals on the other.
The Inclusive God breaks through these stereotypes. It shows how and why the move to make the church more inclusive – of women, gays, people of different races and cultures – is rooted in the mainstream of Christian belief.
Including people of all kinds in the full life of the Church is not ‘trendy’ but the authentic expression of Christian truth.
SCM - 2006 - £12.99