Welcome to the online version of my research from early 2006.
For the dissertation in the final year of my theology degree I
researched how effective the 'Pilgrimage of Faith' had been in the
British Methodist Church. I addressed the question: 'Has the Methodist
Church’s Pilgrimage of Faith achieved
anything towards its aims?'
The 'Pilgrimage of Faith' was called in 1993 in an attempt to begin
addressing the issue of homosexuality and the Church, specifically
within Methodism. The aim of this pilgrimage is 'to combat repression and
discrimination, to work for justice and human rights and to give
dignity and worth to people whatever their sexuality.'
My work uses first hand questionnaire research, and
gathers a sample of views from both homosexual and
heterosexual members of the British Methodist Church, to evalutate
whether this Pilgrimage has been successful.
website contains a web version of that research.
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