In the latest Melbourne Anglican, Mark Brolly describes Muriel Porter’s book The New Scapegoats as her most controversial yet.
Find out more about the book here.
‘In a frantic effort to restore the church’s damaged reputation by demonstrating it is “tough on (sexual) crime”, it has created another group of scapegoats – its own clergy.’
In The Melbourne Anglican Mark Lindsay says of Keith Mascord’s new book Faith Without Fear, “Mascord prizes open some of the most treasured, and yet at the same time contested, assumptions of conservative Christianity… [Faith Without Fear] provides a ray of hope to those whose own, or whose families’, lives and faith have been shattered by an inflexible and unforgiving hermeneutic.”
Did you see the recent Compass episode on Rosendo Salvado? You can access it via ABC iview here:
His report on the WA Benedictine mission can be found here:
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