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on 21 January 2013
Regardless on whether you agree with them or not, the authors lay out a well thought through, biblical and theological argument that challenges the way we do church. They are aware of the pitfalls and look at these in some detail, but also show some of the possibilities and potential that each church has within them. They are not asking you to do everything in the book, but encourage the reader to start a discussion about in what ways they could encourage their church to include different aspects of mutli-voice and not just on a Sunday. Well worth a read.
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on 11 February 2014
This is a great book. It is incredibly readable and easy to understsnd. The authors remind us of the importance of listening to all the people within our churces. As the minister of a Congregational church it is good to be able to think about out heritage and how our congregations have been multi voiced in that past, and should again in the future.
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on 16 April 2015
An excellent book, which at our Church (Uppingham Congregational Church, Rutland. UK), this practice has been used for the past 15+ years. I am pleased to recommend this book and way of doing church.
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