Modern Believing

Changing Perceptions of Churchmanship

Modern Believing (2012), 53, (3), 264–272.

Abstract

As a group of clergy, all ordained in the same year in England and Wales, reflect on their churchmanship now and fourteen years ago they determine that they have become less Evangelical, less Conservative and less positively affected by the charismatic movement.

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Randall, Kelvin