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Table of Contents

List of Figures Introduction Part 1 A Church in Transition 1. Re-Thinking Church 2. Re-Contextual Church 3. Ecclesiology as Embodied Dialogue Part 2 Flexible Church 4. The Church and the Social Trinity 5. The Body of Christ is the Church 6. The Church as a Suspension Bridge Characterized by Gift-Exchange Conclusion Bibliography Index of Scripture References Index of Names Index of Subjects

About the Author

Dr Helen D. Morris is a BA Course Leader and Lecturer in Applied Theology at Moorlands College, Christchurch, UK.

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'This is a thoughtful contribution to what the church should look like in the twenty-first century. Well worth reading!'

-- Michael Moynagh, missiologist and author of 'Church for Every Context' and 'Church in Life.'

"In this book, Dr Helen D. Morris helpfully brings 'body of Christ' language to bear upon the contemporary ecclesiological conversation. It is a work of careful theological scholarship, offering wide-ranging and thoughtful discussion in the context of a new and creative metaphor for what Helen calls re-contextual church. Flexible Church will certainly be beneficial to academics and practitioners alike.

-- Chloe Lynch, Lecturer in Practical Theology, London School of Theology, UK and author of "Ecclesial Leadership as Friendship" (2019)

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