Doing Theology in Altab Ali Park
Paperback |160 pp |216 x 135 mm
Reflection and commentary on the author's work as a community theologian in London's East End between 2000 and 2004.
The story of one of the UK’s most celebrated Anglican priest’s years as a community-based theologian in Whitechapel in the East End of London, 'a small inner city area, yet an area which is profoundly global, housing both the financial centre of the City, and the largest Bengali community in the world outside of the Indian subcontinent'.
It is a remarkable record of failure and disappointment, of confusion and frustration, of darkness and perplexity, as well as of joy, fulfilment and creativity, excitement, stimulation, solidarity in struggle, and growth in the knowledge and love of God and God’s people