Village, Andrew Books
The Revd Dr Andrew Village is Senior Lecturer in Practical and Empirical Theology at York St John University. He served in parish ministry in the Church of England for over ten years before becoming a university lecturer in 2004.2009 0-7734-4803-9
Illustrates the broad diversity of opinion held by Anglican clergy on key issues dividing or uniting the Church of England today, including attitudes toward homosexuality, divorce and foundational beliefs of Christianity. The authors examine the major factors underpinning the diversity of opinion and does so by drawing on three distinctive empirical traditions shaped by the sociology of religion, by the psychology of religion, and by empirical theology.