E 132 Homosexuality and the Church of England: The position following 'Some Issues in Human Sexuality' (2004)

The debate about homosexuality and the church has hardly been out of the headlines - and yet many are unclear as to where the Church of England stands.

Andrew Goddard brings great clarity to the discussion, as he outlines the most recent official publication Some Issues in Human Sexuality and puts it in the context of recent discussion. He offers a robust defence of the Church's teaching on the matter, and the key issues that need to be engaged with by both 'traditionalists' and 'revisionists' if a way forward is to be found.
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Author: Andrew Goddard

The Revd Canon Dr Andrew Goddard studied PPE and Theology at Oxford University, completing a doctorate in Christian political thought. He has taught ethics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and Trinity College, Bristol. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics (KLICE) and Assistant Minister, St James the Less, Pimlico where his wife, Lis, is Vicar. His most recent books are ‘Good Disagreement? Grace and Truth in a Divided Church’ (edited with Andrew Atherstone) and ‘Rowan Williams: His Legacy,’ both with Lion Hudson.

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