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Church of England and other faiths in a multi-faith society

James A. Beckford

Church of England and other faiths in a multi-faith society

by James A. Beckford

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Published by Department of Sociology, University of Warwick in Coventry .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James A. Beckford & Sophie Gilliat.
    SeriesWarwick working papers in sociology -- 21
    ContributionsGilliat, Sophie., University of Warwick. Department of Sociology.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22245998M
    ISBN 100947829172

    Each showed her an object that held special significance for them. She in return praised their contributions to the nation. They helped the sick, the elderly, the lonely and the disadvantaged. More and more, she said, the Church of England was working in active co-operation with those of other faiths to build a better society.   Beckford, J.A. and Gilliat, S. () “The Church of England and other Faiths in a Multi-faith Society”, Working Papers in Sociology, University of Warwick. Google Scholar Beckford, J.A. and Gilliat, S. () Religion in by: 6.

    A faith school is a school in the United Kingdom that teaches a general curriculum but which has a particular religious character or formal links with a religious or faith-based term is most commonly applied to state-funded faith schools, although many independent schools also have religious characteristics.. There are various types of state-funded faith school, including.   This was the first in-depth examination of relations between the Church of England and other faiths in the Prison Service Chaplaincy. It shows how the struggle for equal opportunities in a multi-faith society is politicising relations between the Church, the state and religious minorities.5/5(1).

    It’s my belief that the values we find in our Christian heritage – compassion, generosity and solidarity, to name a few – offer a source of hope and wisdom for Britain in the 21st century, even as we rightly embrace who we are becoming as a multi-faith and multi-cultural society.".   Simply because it is a multi-faith society! We have followers of many different religions n the UK – not just Christianity. There are followers of Sikhism, Judaism, Krishna, Baha-i and other faiths. The world religions can be divided into two groups – Eastern and Western faiths. The Eastern traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism began in India.


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The origin of Beckford and Gilliat’s book lies in a two year research project (see James Beckford and Sophie Gilliat, The Church of England and Other Faiths in a Multi-Faith Society: Summary of the Report, Department of Sociology, University of Warwick, Warwick, ) which was funded by the General Synod of the Church of England and the.

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The Church of England and Other Faiths, –” (PhD diss., University of Bristol, ). 56 For a case study of interfaith relations in a mid-sized city, see Chapman, Alister, “ Civil Religions in Derby, –,” Historical Jour no. 3 (September ): –Cited by: 1. Church of England. Presence and Engagement is the Church of England's national programme equipping Christians for mission and ministry in our multi faith society.

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