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The Church of England and Divorce in the Twentieth Century: Legalism and Grace

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by Ann Sumner Holmes
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The Church of England and Divorce in the Twentieth Century: Legalism and Grace by Ann Sumner Holmes

Attitudes towards divorce have changed considerably over the past two centuries. As society has moved away from a Biblical definition of marriage as an indissoluble union, to that of an individual and personal relationship, secular laws have evolved as well. Using unpublished sources and previously inaccessible private collections, Holmes explores the significant role the Church of England has played in these changes, as well as the impact this has had on ecclesiastical policies. This timely study will be relevant to ongoing debates about the meaning and nature of marriage, including the theological doctrines and ecclesiastical policies underlying current debates on same-sex marriage.

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Pages: 206
Size: 811 KB
Publisher: Routledge
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781315408484 (DRM-EPUB)
9781315408491 (DRM-PDF)

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