Anglicanism


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the faith and doctrine and practice of the Anglican Church

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Revolutionary Anglicanism is written by a historian, and seemingly for historians.
Episcopal collegiality has come into question, with the impaired communion resulting from the debates on the ordination of women in Anglicanism. Further, the decision embodied in John Paul II's Ordinatio sacerdotalis is not transparent to the collegiality it claims.
There are some Catholics who would rather move the Church in the direction of Anglicanism, even Anglicanism in its death throes, than to see orthodoxy strengthened.
One of Anglicanism's highest-ranking leaders is now raising that very question.
explicitly focuses on the evolution and subsequent contribution to global Anglicanism by those more commonly perceived and institutionally positioned as "underside" or "minority" Anglicans.
However, Canon Tudor Griffiths, vice-chairman of the Evangelical Fellowship in the Church in Wales, said a transformation was taking place in Anglicanism, but downplayed talk of a split.
Kevin Ward's A History of Global Anglicanism is an analysis of how this situation has come to be.
The Fate of Communion: The Agony of Anglicanism and the Future of a Global Church.
Bruce Kaye (general editor), Anglicanism in Australia, Melbourne University Press, 2002; hardback, xxxiii & 408 pp; ISBN 0 52285 003 0.
In "Lancelot Andrewes and the Myth of Anglicanism," Nicholas Tyacke establishes the shifts in Andrewes' positions from those identifiable with the reformism of the Elizabethan Settlement to ones influential in the Laudian refashioning of the English Church in the early seventeenth century.
That less-than-attractive side of Anglicanism showed its face a few years ago when an Anglican bishop in Zimbabwe seconded President Robert Mugabe's support for antigay violence.
He recognizes in his preface the unsettled nature of Christianity of which Anglicanism is a particularly notable example.
Even more original was John Spurr's decision to write about Restoration Anglicanism, for this is a subject about which, it has long seemed, little could be said that is either good or new.
Episcopalian church has consecrated a second homosexual bishop, can we hope our House of Bishops will clearly distinguish Canadian Anglicanism from U.S.