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A theology of disagreement

Alternative title:
Towards a New Testament ethic for the facing of inevitable disagreement among Christians
Abstract:

Even the most casual contemporary observer of Christianity must recognise that the notion of Christian community being identifiable through the mutual love of its members (John 13:35) is difficult to reconcile with the schismatic reality of current ecclesial life, dominated in the public sphere by divisive debates on matters such as gender or sexuality. Given the constant presence of disagreement throughout the church’s history, it remains an ethical subject neglected by scholars.

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HUMS
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Theology Faculty
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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