E 179 Inclusive Gospel? (2015)£2.77
‘Inclusivity’ is seen to be the cardinal Christian virtue in much modern debate, shaping response to contentious ethical issues and even claimed as the defining characteristic of churches.
Yet it is a term which is highly problematic, even at the level of its basic meaning. It is, in fact, inextricably linked with a desire for modernist conformity, which collapses important differences between people, and should be displaced by justice as a central Christian value.
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