This book provides a frank assessment of the Church’s disorder and disunity, and will prompt Australian Anglicans to think deeply about their Church’s urgent need for reform and renewal.
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The Anglican Church of Australia has struggled for decades with internal division and numerical decline. Tom Frame, one of Australia's best-known commentators on contemporary Anglicanism, argues that the Church's problems have become acute. It must deal with decaying foundations and crumbling walls. A House Divided? provides a frank assessment of the Church's disorder and disunity, its inability to attract and hold new members, its ailing structures and inadequate strategies, and its failure to promote a vibrant vision of Christianity. Contentious and controversial, this book will prompt Anglicans across Australia to think deeply about their Church and the urgent need for reform and renewal.