The way of wisdom

The practical theology of David Ford

If the United States and Great Britain aretwo nations separated by a common language,” then perhaps Christian theologians of the two countries areseparated by a common theology.” American and British theologians often find themselves in significant agreementdrawing on similar sources and reaching shared conclusionsbut geographical distance as well as the very different church-state relations in the two nations have meant that Christians in one region are often unaware of theological developments in the other.


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