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The Inclusive God


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Argues that an inclusive vision of God lies at the heart of Christian theology. This book also looks at the need of Liberal theology to stake a claim for the very identity of Christianity itself, showing how mainstream and inclusive values have always been a central strand of Christian thinking and represent the majority view.



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Published 10 July 2020
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The Inclusive God
Steven Shakespeare is the Anglican chaplain at Liverpool Hope University and teaches in the Department
of Theology and Religious Studies. He is the author of Kierkegaard, Language and the Reality of God.
Hugh Rayment-Pickard is an Anglican priest working in West London, a regular columnist on the Church
Times and the author of numerous scholarly and popular books including The Devil’s Account, a study of
Philip Pullman’s treatment of Christianity.The Inclusive God
Reclaiming Theology for an Inclusive Church
Steven Shakespeare and Hugh Rayment-Pickard© Steven Shakespeare and Hugh Rayment-Pickard 2006
First published in 2006 by the Canterbury Press Norwich
(a publishing imprint of Hymns Ancient & Modern Limited,
a registered charity)
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ISBN 1-85311-741-2/978-1-85311-741-1
Typeset by Regent Typesetting, London
Printed and bound by William Clowes Ltd, Beccles, SuffolkC o n t e n t s
Foreword: Giles Fraser
1. Creation
2. Revelation
3. Jesus and the Kingdom
4. Jesus and the Cross
5. Jesus and the Resurrection
6. The Inclusive Church
7. The Inclusive God
Conclusion: Listening Theology