Modern Believing

John A. T. Robinson and Christology

Modern Believing (2013), 54, (2), 125–132.

Abstract

Bishop John Robinson ventured to offer anyone who cared to read it his exploration of language for God and Christ and the implications of that exploration. The success of Honest to God and the controversy it provoked were astonishingly world-wide, and had the merit of provoking him to publish more books, both academic and popular. His agenda for the implications of his exploration for liturgy and political and social action have never been fully realised, and it is time to re-consider the challenge his work represents. He lived and died in the conviction that he could do no other for the sake of the Kingdom of God.

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Loades, Ann