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The identity of Anglicanism : essentials of Anglican ecclesiology

Author: Paul D L Avis
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Compares the Anglican approach with that of other churches, particularly the Roman Catholic and Protestant Churches. This book focusses on the nature of the Anglican Communion, the role of bishops in  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul D L Avis
ISBN: 0567032043 9780567032041 9780567032034 0567032035
OCLC Number: 908761101
Notes: First published 2008.
Description: xii, 201 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface; 1. Keeping Faith with Anglicanism; 2. What is Anglicanism?; 3. The Distinctiveness of Anglicanism; 4. The Identity of the Anglican Communion; 5. Anglicanism and Eucharistic Ecclesiology; 6. Anglicanism and Baptismal Ecclesiology; 7. Reforming the Ministry - Ordaining Women; 8. Anglican Orders - From Apostolicae Curae to Women Bishops; 9. Anglican Ecclesiology in the Twenty-first Century; 10. Jesus Christ and Anglicanism; 11. Anglicanism in Memory and Hope.
Responsibility: Paul Avis.
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Title reviewed in The Tablet by Theo Hobson, May 2008. "As ever, [Avis] gives us good historical perspectives." Reviewed by Robert Jeffery in Church Times, May 2008 Title reviewed in Church of Read more...

 
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