The untimely death in June 2014 of Bishop John McIntyre of Gippsland deprived the Anglican Church of Australia of a rare prophetic voice. He spoke out powerfully on behalf of Indigenous people, asylum seekers, gay people, the victims of war and conflict, the disadvantaged, and the environment. A man whose heart lay with the alien and the outsider, he challenged the church to become a more inclusive, open-hearted and prayerful community fully engaged with contemporary society. In this selection of his synod charges, addresses, sermons and reflections, his courageous voice lives on.
A man called Johnny Mac
Selected writings of Bishop John McIntyre
Edited by: Muriel Porter
Publisher:Morning Star Publications
Dimensions: 148mm x 210mm
|Dimensions||148 x 210 mm|
Morning Star Publications
148mm x 210mm
About the editor
Dr Muriel Porter, a Melbourne author and leading lay Anglican, has selected and edited this collection of writings in tribute to the memory of her friend Bishop McIntyre.