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We are pilgrims : mission from, in and with the margins of our diverse…

af Darren Cronshaw

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We are Pilgrims is a superb collection of essays and reflections gathered in honour of Ross Langmead-and it does him proud. It's a remarkable collection, reflecting the wide interests and skills of the man himself. There are scholarly explorations of our diverse, multicultural and supposedly secular age, analysing the implications and challenges for Christian mission today. There are richly personal stories of marginalisation and the discovery of faith and hope amidst suffering and alienation. The experience of indigenous and immigrant Australians is given richly personal space and honour, alongside the issues of church life and the questions of faith in a 'post-Christian' society. For all the breadth and immensity of these issues, however, the essays are short and eminently readable-an important element making this book widely accessible, another Ross Langmead skill! Colleagues and former students alike have joined here to honour Ross and to press forward with his invitation to live and serve as pilgrims on mission. Congratulations to Darren Cronshaw and Rosemary Dewerse on this excellent contribution. Rev Dr Frank Rees, Principal, Whitley College… (mere)
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We are Pilgrims is a superb collection of essays and reflections gathered in honour of Ross Langmead-and it does him proud. It's a remarkable collection, reflecting the wide interests and skills of the man himself. There are scholarly explorations of our diverse, multicultural and supposedly secular age, analysing the implications and challenges for Christian mission today. There are richly personal stories of marginalisation and the discovery of faith and hope amidst suffering and alienation. The experience of indigenous and immigrant Australians is given richly personal space and honour, alongside the issues of church life and the questions of faith in a 'post-Christian' society. For all the breadth and immensity of these issues, however, the essays are short and eminently readable-an important element making this book widely accessible, another Ross Langmead skill! Colleagues and former students alike have joined here to honour Ross and to press forward with his invitation to live and serve as pilgrims on mission. Congratulations to Darren Cronshaw and Rosemary Dewerse on this excellent contribution. Rev Dr Frank Rees, Principal, Whitley College

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