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Committed to Christianity. An Anglican community
Sylvia Sutcliffe
Paperback / softback
Religious and Moral Education Press
UK Publication Date

Faith and Commitment is an innovative series of ten Students' Books in full colour reflecting personal religious experience for developing the spiritual dimension in Religious Education. A variety of people, both young and old were interviewed to find out their personal beliefs and values. An Anglican Community offers students insight into spirituality in the context of a real church community and real individuals and their personal experiences, feelings and values is illustrated throughout with full colour photographs stimulates and provides scope for pupil reflection, investigation and further research contains authentic source material's Manual 1 accompanies this book.

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Mike Higton provides a wonderfully clear and gracefully written account of the central themes in the Rowan William's theology. (...) Mike Higton has not given us a dry, academic account of Rowan William's theology. But he does offer a simple but compelling re-telling of the central message of a fascinating theologian. At the same time the book cannot be dismissed as 'Williams lite' because it is enriched with Higton's own, imaginative illustrations. Do not miss it. Paul Richardson, ENGLAND ON SUNDAY.

"Higton introduces us to Williams as one who writes theology in three moods - celebratory, communicative and critical. (...) Higton is himself splendidly communicative of his own subject. One is left with a largely clear and faithful impression of William's own teaching. (...) This is an excellent and much needed book which has the potential to bring the breadth and the depth of William's writing and teaching to a wide readership and audience." THE TABLET, 23 October 2004.

" Higton is a faithful disciple, and persuasive." Lionel Wickam, TLS, November 26, 2004.

"Higton portrays very competently Williams passion that the difficult challenge of the gospel should be known and understood by the whole world. He also presents very clearly the implications of this for the church." David Baker, minister of Emmanuel Church, Tolworth, CHRISTIANITY, January 2005.

"No light read, but really worthwhile, and an excellent background to Rowan William's work." Jennie Jones, HOME AND FAMILY.

"I was moved and immensely stimulated by this book about the challenge of the Gospel.(...)This is a book to which I will return." Julian Reindrop, Minsitry Today, Summer 2005.

"Often books about other people's theology can be analytical and dry, but Higton has managed to write the six short chapters of this book in such a way that again and again I was stopped in my tracks to contemplate my being held in the wholly loving gaze of God." Geoffrey Burn, Whitfield, Theology, Nov/Dec 2005.

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