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Time for a Change

The Establishment of the Church of England and the Reconfiguration of Religion, State, and Society

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Time for a Change by Paul Weller
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Paul Weller argues that continuation of the Church of England as an establishment is theologically and politically inadequate to the religious, social and political landscape of the twenty-first century. Within an outline of the contemporary religious landscape and the empirical results of research into the nature and extent of religious discrimination, Time for a Change traces the historical and contemporary contours and implications of establishment. A range of alternative social, legal historical, theological and ecclesiological approaches and models are examined and aspects of 'negotiation theory' are used to explore the conditions and dynamics necessary for transition and change. Finally, Weller argues that often-neglected perspectives of Baptist Christian tradition - in particular its theologically founded commitment to religious freedom and voluntaryist ecclesiology - offer more adequate resources for shaping the Christian future in a religiously plural and secular society than perspectives historically associated with establishment. Time for a Change shows that, through the conjunction of social, political, demographic, theological and ecclesiological developments, a 'kairos' or decision time has arrived for establishment. It aims to stimulate a social and religious dialogue leading to the evolution of a new 'socio-religious contract'.

Author Biography

Paul Weller is Professor of Inter-Religious Relations at the University of Derby. He is editor of Religions in the UK Directory 2001-3 and was Project Director of the Home Office commissioned project (1999-2001) on Religious Discrimination in England and Wales.
Release date NZ
March 21st, 2005
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
T.& T.Clark Ltd
Pages
192
Dimensions
156x234x21
ISBN-13
9780567084873
Product ID
3074297

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