How individuals with profound intellectual impairments can be models for the church in Scotland
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This is the prize-winning essay in the inaugural Fraser Prize competition, organised by Theology in Scotland in partnership with the Scottish Church Theology Society, for which submissions were invited on the theme of ‘The Church in Scotland in relation to status and power’. The essay explores ways in which Gospel values can be embodied in the intellectually-impaired, who can then serve as a model for the church.
Sainsbury, K. (2013). How individuals with profound intellectual impairments can be models for the church in Scotland. Theology in Scotland, 20(1), pp. 6-14.
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