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This Continuing Indaba website aims to provide resources for Anglicans and Episcopalians worldwide to live reconciliation by facing our own conflicts, celebrate our diversity and difference and so become agents of reconciliation in the world. The downloadable resource guides to the Indaba processes, available here, have been developed within the Anglican Communion over the past five years through theological consultation and reflection, pilot conversations and detailed evaluation of this growing experience.

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Archbishop of Canterbury commends Continuing Indaba

In his short video message commending Continuing Indaba, Archbishop Justin reflects on the miracle of the Anglican Communion that holds together in its diversity. As we learn to love each other more deeply we reveal to the world the love of Christ which binds us together and urges us on. He is clear that there are disagreements but it is how we deal our disagreements that matters, and Continuing Indaba helps us to express our disagreements in truth and love. Continuing Indaba is not a talking shop but a way of understanding different points of view and moving together as disciples of Jesus Christ.

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Theological Reflections series

Continuing Indaba is underpinned by theological reflection. When the task of designing the Pilot Conversations began, reflection on the theological and cultural contexts of the conversations was instrumental in the work of cultural adoption and helped to transform the colonial history we share. The papers themselves are vital for a deepening understanding of Indaba, but the value of these papers goes far beyond this.For example, the pilot conversation between dioceses from Southern Africa, Ghana and Kenya would not have taken place without the writings from African theologians. The bishops, clergy and laity were able to grasp ownership of process through the trust generated by consultation with theologians from their own context. The theological resource hubs enabled genuine and equal participation in the process by people from diverse backgrounds. Our hope is that these papers, together with shorter reflections on Scripture, conflict, culture and Indaba will continue to resource those engaged in Indaba processes.

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Welcome to the Continuing Indaba website

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