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Author(s): Andrew Davison and Alison Milbank, Alison Milbank
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'Davison and Milbank show how the Fresh Expressions and Emerging Church movements have compounded mistakes in soteriology and ecclesiology, generating a flight into segregation, and a flight away from tradition... [They] have produced a book of breathtaking contrasts. In terms of mood, it is simultaneously dour and lively; serious, yet amusingly and deeply ironic; punchy, yet wise; thoughtful, yet discursive... this book is something of a tour de force that really does need engaging with. It should be widely read, studied, and meditated upon: deeply.'
The Revd Dr Andrew Davison is Fellow and Tutor in Christian Doctrine at St Stephen's House, Oxford and Junior Chaplain at Merton College, Oxford. He is the initiator of the 'Returning to the Church' project. The Revd Dr Alison Milbank is Associate Professor in Theology and Literature, University of Nottingham and Priest Vicar of Southwell Minster