A people in exile, on the Way of the Cross: ministry deployment and ongoing decline in the Church of Scotland
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In his paper, developed from original work for the Presbytery of Edinburgh, David Denniston broaches the difficult but essential task of beginning to think theologically about the Church in our own immediate context. Though, in the past, there have been theologians who have reflected on the relative power and status of the Church in society – the work of Donald MacKinnon for example – more recently this has been a rather minor consideration for more dominant discourses. In this paper, however, Denniston explores the future of the Church as a following of the Way of the Cross.
Denniston, D. (2011). A people in exile, on the Way of the Cross: ministry deployment and ongoing decline in the Church of Scotland. Theology in Scotland, 18(1), pp. 55-65.
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