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Jesmond Conference '18 - Talk 4: The Way Ahead for the Church (and Society)

The steps to be taken if traditional marriage is to be protected and recovered, and an outline of the recently released Nashville Statement.
Talk 4 outline:
1) Romans 1
a) Verses 18-31
b) Denying God leads to sexual decadence
2) Time for action
a) Making judgments different from judgmentalism
b) Common grace and general revelation – keep in mind
c) Three necessary orders – a domestic order (marriage and the family), a political order, and a spiritual order – “social calamity” when one fails
3) Agenda for action
a) Recovery of marriage/sexual discipline in the Church of England
b) Other issues
c) Support of the Nashville Statement

The Jesmond Conference '18 discusses the sexual chaos that is currently confronting us in the Church and in the world, particularly addressing the fact that many think it is time to begin a repeal of the sexual revolution of the 1960s.

Length: 26mins

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The Jesmond Conference runs annually to engage with public issues from a Christian perspective. David Holloway has been Vicar of Jesmond Parish Church since 1973, a large Anglican Church in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK with 2 sites, a staff team of over 30 and a congregation of over 1,000. He is often asked to speak on public issues on local and national radio, is a council member of Reform and is the author of several books including, 'The Church of England, Where Is it Going?'

Click here to read the Nashville Statement which delegates gave their agreement to following the Jesmond Conference 2018.