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We are signatories of both the Inclusive Church declaration and the affirmation of Accepting Evangelicals.
In some cases we do make specific policy recommendations – on land reform, on welfare justice, on distinguishing civil partnership arrangements from the religious act of blessing and supporting marria
That isn't our intention at all. Indeed, the Anabaptist Network core convictions that we affirm are broadly evangelical in character - http://www.anabaptistnetwork.com/coreconvictions
We enjoy good relations, common values and an association with Christian Peacemaker Teams in the UK through our membership of the Root and Branch network.
We cannot be comprehensive, but we try to cover a range of stories showing how religion, belief, values and politics interact – both positively and negatively.
Truly biblical faith is about forgiveness, hope, repentance (radical change), a new community, magnanimity, peacemaking and the thirst for justice - both personally and socially.
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