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Hull's concerns for adult and young people's education under the conditions of the money-culture have led him to study the way Christian faith itself has been moulded by the context of imperialism, money and power. You can read his work in this developing area as follows. Those added most recently are shown in bold.
Only One Way to Walk with God: Christian Discipleship for New Expressions of Church
Louise Nelstrop, Martyn Percy, (eds) Evaluating Fresh Expressions: explorations of the emerging church, London, SCM Press, 2009, pp 105 – 121.
Mission Shaped and Kingdom Focused
Steven Croft (ed) Mission-shaped Questions: Defining Issues for Today’s Church. London: Church House Publishing. 2008. pp 114-132.
Ministerial Formation for Prophetic Leadership: Report of the Faslane Pilgrimage, June 2007 (PDF file, 3.85 MB)
Christian Education and the Reconstruction of Christian Faith
Mission-Shaped Church: A Theological Response
Isaac Watts and the Origins of British Imperial Theology
From Experiential Educator to Nationalist Theologian: the Hymns of Isaac Watts
Practical Theology in Context: The Case of Europe
The Holy Trinity and Christian Education in a Pluralist World
Christian Boundaries, Christian Identities and the Local Church
Self Deception As A Coping Strategy
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