A church of passion and justice


Sometimes the church behaves not as a community of the redeemed but as a tribal institution. In the light of the debates around women’s ministry, the full inclusion of LGBT persons and equality of opportunity and representation of ethnic minorities, Peter Selby’s insights are passionately prophetic.

Peter Selby served 41 years in the ordained ministry of the Church of England, retiring as Bishop of Worcester and Bishop to HM Prisons in 2007. He has maintained his interest in prisons since retirement, and is the president of the National Council for Independent Monitoring Boards.

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