Anglicanism


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the faith and doctrine and practice of the Anglican Church

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Hollett argues, convincingly, that Bishop Feild is more properly understood as a man who struggled greatly to implement his vision of Anglicanism and, in the end, to enforce his entitlement to determine his flock's will.
It's time we lay the foundation for Eastern Rite Anglicanism.
Jane Austen's Anglicanism spends considerable time helpfully elucidating Providence, a central dimension of Christian natural law: "Providence denotes God's creation of the world with its ultimate redemption in view, his sovereignty over history and events, and his continual agency in ordinary people's lives.
The history of the contacts between Orthodoxy and Anglicanism for the last century-and-a-half is competently recounted in Geffert's interdisciplinary account.
As Wild-Wood explains, from the start Anglicanism was associated in the African mind with "maendeleo," a word connoting progress, advance, and self-improvement (43).
The relationship between Anglicanism and Roman Catholicism, however, has always been somewhat different from the other Catholic-Protestant divides, which may make it easier for Anglicans to find a home in the Roman communion.
Norman Knowles (editor), Seeds Scattered and Sown: Studies in the History of Canadian Anglicanism, Toronto: ABC Publishing, 2008, 376 pages.
Fletcher, The Place of Anglicanism in Australia: church, society and nation, Broughton Publishing, Sydney, 2008, vii + 258 pages; ISBN 978 1 92148 806 1.
Anglicanism is currently undergoing a seismic shift that threatens both its unity and identity.
Anglicanism and the British Empire is not a history of missions, of Anglican missionary societies, of the colonial development of the Church of England, or of the colonial encounter.
His work--which served to upend longstanding assumptions about nature of Anglicanism and its supposed opposite, "Puritanism"--proved deeply influential, not least among political historians, who incorporated it into emerging revisionist accounts of the causes of the English Civil War.
The Bishop of Stafford has criticised churchgoers for fuelling claims Anglicanism is in "terminal decline".
Anglicanism has long been made up of a collection of autonomous provinces.
The English church obviously put an African-born Christian in line to become archbishop of Canterbury, the church's senior office and customary next move from York, because it wanted to recognize the global dimensions of Anglicanism.
It has involved a centuries-old tension within Anglicanism between those who have wished to keep the church's rites and theology closer to Rome--the Anglo-Catholics--and those who have wanted the church to pattern itself upon evangelical Protestant churches.