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by Leslie Francis
Author: Leslie Francis
Publisher: Paternoster (January 1, 2006)
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Fragmented Faith? book.
Fragmented Faith? book. Fragmented Faith? draws attention to three faultlines within the Church of England the continuing differences between evangelicals and Catholics, liberals and conservatives, and charismatics and noncharismatics. But the fragmentation is more profound than these distinctions of church orientation. This wellinformed and perceptive analysis shows that the real divisions are between the generations, between the sexes, and between the laity and the clergy.
Fragmented Faith? : Exposing the Fault-Lines in the Church of England. by Mandy Robbins, Jeff Astley, Leslie J. Francis.
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Fragmented Faith: Exposing the Fault-lines in the Church of England . Data provided by 101 chaplains (who completed the Francis Psychological Type Scales) are compared with the general profile of Church of England clergy published in an earlier study. The key findings are that, compared. with Church of England clergymen in general, those engaged in full-time hospital chaplaincy are more likely to prefer introversion (71% compared with 57%), to prefer feeling (84% compared with 54%), and to prefer judging (82% compared with 68%).
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Fragmented Faith? Exposing the Fault-Lines in the Church of England. Milton Keynes: Paternoster. In Exploring Ordinary Theology: Everyday Christian Believing and the Church. Astley, Jeff & Francis, Leslie J. Farnham: Ashgate. 1-9. Astley, Jeff (2012)
Fragmented Faith? Exposing the Fault-Lines in the Church of England. London: Darton, Longman and Todd. Ordinary Theology: Looking, Listening and Learning in Theology. Astley, Jeff (2012). A Theological Reflection on the Nature of Religious Truth. In Teaching Religion, Teaching Truth: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. Astley, Jeff, Francis, Leslie . Robbins, Mandy & Selçuk, Mualla.