"Edited with an Introduction, by R. William Franklin".
"Foreword by Hugh Montefiore".
"Also published by Anglican Theological Review Vol. LXXVIII. No. 1, Winter 1996".
"First published in 1996 in the UK by Mowbray, a Cassell imprint". First American edition published in 1996 by Morehouse Publishing, P.O. Box 1321, Harrisburg, PA 17105". -- verso of t.-p.
Contents: Foreword / Hugh Montefiore -- Introduction : The Opening of the Vatican Archives and the ARCIC Process / R. William Franklin -- 'Apostolicae Curae' and the Snares of Tradition / George H. Tavard -- "To the Intent that these Orders may be Continued": an Anglican theology of Holy Orders / Stephen Sykes -- A New Context : ARCIC and Afterwards / Edward Yarnold -- The Liturgical Consequences of 'Apostolicae Curae' for Anglican Ordination Rites / Paul F. Bradshaw -- Anglican Orders : An Ecumenical Context / Christopher Hill -- The Ordination of Women : A New Obstacle to the Recognition of Anglican Orders / Sara Butler -- A Response to Papers on 'Apostolicae Curae' / Joanne McWilliam -- The Dimension of Ecumenical Consensus in the Revision of Anglican Ordination Rites : A Response to Professor Bradshaw / J. Robert Wright -- A Roman Catholic Response / Jon Nilson -- Final Commentary / Frank T. Griswold -- English Text of 'Apostolicae Curae' -- English text of 'Saepius Officio'.
Colophon: Printed and bound in Great Britain by Redwood Books Ltd, Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
"[By] Hugh Montefiore, Bishop of Kingston-upon-Thames".
"First published November 1976". -- verso of t.-p.
"But why call this an age of apocalypse, as though the world is ending ? ... No the world is not about to end. Nor are the terrifying visions of the Apocalypse of St. John about to be literally fulfilled. ... No, what I mean by apocalypse in the title of these lectures is neither the end of the world nor a mere crisis, but a kairos, a decisive period of history, when the world -- and in our case our nation -- is faced with a moment of destiny; when it is about to enter a wholly new era, when it must face unprecedented issues of good and evil -- both for the planet as a whole. and for this nation in particular." -- p. 3-4.
"Of course Christians are to be involved in the world. This is what the doctrine of Incarnation is about -- God involving himself in the secular world which he has made; and Christians are in duty bound to get stuck in, to involve themselves in everyday life; in the family, in the local school or parents association, in local affairs, in their businesses, in the union or wherever it may be. We have a positive duty in all circumstances to get involved. But the word which is spoken to us is not an either or. It is not 'either' get involved 'or' be detached. It is 'both and'. We must 'both' be involved 'and' be detached. Now is the time, especially at a time of testing, to show that truly Christian combination of detachment from the world and and involvement in the world: now is the time to experience the sense of freedom and compulsion which comes from this combination." -- p. 28.
"A two-month Mission entitled 'A World in Apocalypse' has been launched in Southwark Cathedral, with a major exhibition and two separate series of lectures. The Mission opened on October 19th  with three lectures by the Bishop of Kingston. What Hugh Montefiore said seemed to me so important, urgent and relevant that I determined that it must be available to a wider audience." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction dated October 1976 / Harold Frankham, Provost's Office ... London -- What does God say to the Nation ? -- What does God say to the planet ? -- What does God say to me ?
"A Report by The Doctrine Commission of the Church of England".
"First published 1976. Second impression 1976". -- verso of t.-p.
Doctrine and Worship Commission chaired by the The Rev. Dr. M.F. Wiles. -- p. [ix].
"What is the nature of Christian belief ? Is it the acceptance of a truth handed down from the past and enshrined in the Bible and the Creeds ? Or is it a free and open search for truth in the present ? When the creeds are recited in worship, is each member of the congregation meant to give complete assent to every statement they contain ? These are the sorts of questions the Doctrine Commission had in mind in preparing this report". -- back cover.
Publication consists of a Joint Report, two appendices and eight individual essays.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Foreword by the Archbishop of Canterbury / Donald Cantuar i.e. Coggan -- Members of the Commission -- Preface -- Joint Report -- The Adventure of Faith -- The Pastness of the Past -- The Nature of Religious Language -- The Christian and the Bible -- The Christian and the Creeds -- Appendix A; The Unity and Pluriformity of the New Testament / C.F. Evans -- Appendix B: The Origins of the Creeds / G.W.H. Lampe -- Individual Essays by Members of the Commission / J.R. Lucas, D.E. Nineham, C.P.M. Jones, G.W.H. Lampe, H.E.W. Turner, M.F. Wiles, A.M. Allchin, Hugh Montefiore.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by The Camelot Press Ltd, Southampton.
Faith and science in an unjust world : Report of the World Council of Churches' Conference on Faith, Science and the Future, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 12-24 July 1979
In 2 vols. v. 1. Plenary presentations / Edited by Roger L. Shinn. -- v. 2. Reports and recommendations / Edited by Paul Abrecht.
Contents of vol. 1 divided into four main parts: Part One: Basic Issues -- Part Two: Perspectives and Futures -- Part Three: Particular Problem Areas -- Part Four: Participation and Power.
Contents of vol. 1: Foreword / R.L.S. -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Expectations -- Introduction -- Science and Technology: Why are the Churches Concerned ? / Philip Potter -- 3. What is Science ? -- Introduction -- The Nature of Science / Robert Hanbury Brown -- On the Eating Habits of Science: A Response / Rubem Alves -- The God-Like in Us: A Response / W. Mutu Maathai -- Reactions and Comments -- 4. What is Faith ? -- Introduction -- Science and Faith: Complementary or Contradictory ? / Paulos Gregorios -- A Feminist Perspective on Religion and Science: A Response / Rosemary Ruether -- Some Questions to Metropolitan Gregorios: A Response / D.H. Verheul -- Reactions and Comments -- 5. Rethinking Theology -- Introduction -- Nature, Humanity and God in Ecological Perspective / Charles Birch -- Solidarity in Conflict / Gerhard Liedke -- Christian Perspectives on Creation in a Time of Ecological Unsustainability / Vitaly Borovoy -- Reactions and Comment -- 6. Science and Technology as Promise and Threat -- Introduction -- The Scale and Complexity of the Problem / Jerome R. Ravetz -- Some Aspects of the Problem in Latin America / Manuel Sadosky -- Ethical and Social Issues in Risk Management / Bo Lindell -- Reactions and Comment -- 7. The Conference at Worship -- Introduction -- Science and Technology within the Story of Redemption / Paulos Gregorios -- Faith, Science and the Future: the Conference Sermon / John S. Habgood -- 8. Inter-faith Conversations -- Introduction -- The "Science-Faith" Issue in Islam / Fouad Zakaria -- Science, Technology and the Future: an Arab Perspective / O.A. El Kholy -- Buddhism and the Scientific Enterprise / Mahinda Palihawadana -- A Contemporary Buddhist's Critical Evaluation of Scientific and Technological Culture / Nobuhiko Matsugi -- Reactions and Comments -- 9. Perspectives in Developing Countries -- Introduction -- An Indonesian Perspective /Liek Wilardjo -- An African Perspective / Thomas R. Odhiambo -- A Latin American Perspective / Carlos Chagos -- Reactions and Comment -- 10. Perspectives in Industrialized, Market-Economy Societies -- Introduction -- The Transition to a Just, Participatory and Sustainable Society / John M. Francis -- Hopes and Difficulties of Science and Technology in Japan / Yoshinobu Kakiuchi -- The Role of the State in Technological Development / Theodor Leuenberger -- Reactions and Comment -- 11. Perspectives in Industrialized Socialist Countries -- Introduction -- Some Remarks on Marxism and Limits to Growth / Ernest Petric -- A Christian View from the German Democratic Republic / Heino Falcke -- The Role of Sciences and Technology in Shaping Our Future: Introduction to a Hungarian Contribution / Karoly Prohle -- Reactions and Comment -- 12. Economics of the Just and Sustainable Society -- Introduction -- The Ecological and Moral Necessity for Limiting Economic Growth / Herman E. Daly -- A Third World Perspective / C.T. Kurien -- Economics and World Hunger / Diogo de Gaspar -- Reactions and Comment -- 13. Energy for the Future -- Introduction -- An Interpretation of the Global Energy Problem / Shem Arungu-Olende -- Towards a Sustainable Energy Future / David J. Rose -- The Social Risks of Large-Scale Nuclear Energy Programmes / Jean Rossel -- Reactions and Comment -- 14. The Biological Revolution: the Ethical and Social Issues -- Introduction -- New Genetic Technologies: Prospects and Hazards / Jonathan King -- Bio-ethics: Some Challenges from a Liberation Perspective / Karen Lebacqz -- Genetic Meddling: A Response /Gabriel Nahas -- Issues in Genetic Counselling: A Response / Traute Schroeder -- Reactions and Comments -- 15. The Gathering and Processing of Information -- Introduction -- Terrestrial Satellites for Human Welfare / David H. Staelin -- Computer Control and Human Alienation / Thomas B. Sheridan -- Technological Detoxification / Joseph Wizenbaum -- Reactions and Comment -- 16. Disarmament -- Introduction -- The Nature of Strategic Nuclear Weapons / Philip Morrison -- The Need for a Mass Movement / George B. Kistiakowsky -- Christian Responsibility for Nuclear Disarmament / Archbishop Kirill -- International Agreements and Unilateral Initiatives: A Response / Roger L. Shinn -- The Task of the Churches in the Debate about Nuclear Disarmament: A Response / Hugh Montefiore -- Reactions and Comment -- 17. Possibilities of Political and Personal Action -- Introduction -- Just Distribution Between Rich and Poor Nations / B.C.E. Nwosu -- Technology and Oppression / Rogerio de Cerqueira Leite -- Community Involvement in Scandinavian Decisions / Kerstin Aner -- Technology Assessment in the Canadian Northwest / Thomas R. Berger -- People's Participation in the Control of Environmental Pollution in Japan / Jun Ui -- Reactions and Comment -- 18. The Student Presentation -- Introduction -- Scientific Education in Industrialized Countries / Joe Egan -- The Education of Scientists of the Third World / Marie-Christine Rakotonirina -- Technology and Cultural Alienation / Ragui Asaad -- Women in Science / Rosemary Neff -- The Voice of the Poor / Gustavo Bueso Madrid -- Secularization and the Transfiguration of Human Life / Augustin Nikitin -- The Contribution of the Church / Christoph Stuckelberger -- The Voice of the Pacific Region / Amelia Bolalailai -- Technology and Labour / Peter Render -- Technology and Transnational Corporations / Carol C. Mapona -- Technology and Militarism / Tim Aukes -- The Self-Defeating Structure of This Conference / Rudy Prudente -- Technology and Justice in Africa / Adwoah Seiwaah Bonsu -- Concluding Comments by the Moderator / Genga Arulampalam -- Reactions and Comment -- 19. A Third World Protest -- Introduction -- Biblical Faith and the Poor of the World . Rubem Alves -- Reactions and Comment -- Looking Forward -- Introduction -- The Great Symbol / Paulos Gregorios -- Appendices -- The Conference Programme -- Directory of Authors.
Contents of vol. 2 divided into three parts: Part One: Reports of Sections -- Part Two: Additional Reports and Resolutions -- Appendices.
Contents of vol. 2: Introduction / P.A. -- Part One: Reports of Sections -- I. The Nature of Science and the Nature of Faith -- II. Humanity, Nature and God -- III. Science and Education -- IV. Ethical Issues in the Biological Manipulation of Life -- V. Technology, Resources, Environment and Population -- VI. Energy for the Future -- VII. Restructuring the Industrial and Urban Environment -- VIII. Economics of a Just, Participatory and Sustainable Society -- IX. Science/Technology, Political Power and a More Just World Order -- X. Towards a New Christian Social Ethics and New Social Policies for the Churches -- Part Two: Additional Reports and Resolutions -- I. Science for Peace: a Resolution on Nuclear Disarmament -- II. A Critical Statement by Participants from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and the Pacific -- III. Report on the Science Students Conference -- Appendices -- Officers of the Conference -- List of Participants.
"Copyright The Registrar of the Province of Canterbury, 1971". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references.
"The conditions of modern life have caused both Church and State to re-examine their attitudes to marriage and divorce. On 1 January 1971 the Divorce Reform Act 1969 came into force -- an Act under which the concept of the matrimonial offence was abandoned and divorce based solely on the fact of irretrievable breakdown. The Church of England was already engaged in a reappraisal of its own attitude to marriage at the time when the new law first came up for consideration. 'Putting Asunder' (1966), the report of a Church of England group on the subject of the secular had a considerable influence on the framing of the 1969 Act. The Church's discipline with regard to the remarriage of divorced persons had come to be regarded by many as unsatisfactory, and in 1967 the Convocation of Canterbury asked for the whole subject to be examined and for a statement to be prepared on the Christian doctrine of marriage. The commission set up for this purpose by the Archbishop of Canterbury has considered past and present attitudes of the Christian Church to marriage and approaches the problem in terms of personal relationships rather than of theoretical assumptions". -- back cover.
Contents: Members of the Commission -- Acknowledgements -- The Report / signed Howard Root (Chairman) [et al.] -- Why a Report was Needed -- Marriage as Relationship -- The Institution of Marriage -- The Strengthening of Marriage -- Appendix 1: Jesus on Divorce and Remarriage / Hugh Montefiore -- Appendix 2: The Correlation on Theological and Empirical Meaning / J.W. Bowker -- Appendix 3: The Sacrament of Marriage in Eastern Christianity / A.M. Allchin -- Appendix 4: Marriage as Illustrating Some Christian Doctrines / Helen Oppenheimer -- Appendix 5: Vows / Helen Oppenheimer and Hugh Montefiore -- Appendix 6: Marital Breakdown / J. Dominian with Appended Note on "An Institute for the Family" -- Appendix 7: Marriage and Divorce in the Anglican Communion / Herbert Waddam with Appended Note on the Anglican Church of Canada -- Appendix 8: Episcopal Discretion and the Clergy.
In Appendix 7 the Appended Note reproduces the complete text of "Canon XXVII: On Marriage in the Church" of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Colophon: Made and printed in Great Britain by The Camelot Press Ltd, London and Southampton.
At head of title: Lambeth Conference 1978 : preparatory articles.
"Copyright 1977 The Secretary General of the Anglican Consultative Council".
"This book of essays aims to help the Anglican bishops in their preparation for the Lambeth Conference of 1978. The Conference will engage in prayer and study, and in the sharing of experience. The main object will not be to make pronouncements, but to reflect on the gospel and ministry in which each bishop is involved, and which he shares with the whole People of God." -- Preface.
"This volume of Preparatory Articles contains 40 contributions from writers from every Continent, not all of whom are Anglicans. The essays are designed to inform and to stimulate, but not to prescribe. Each subject has been treated as the author wished. No editorial effort has been made to try and achieve uniformity of presentation. As a whole the book provides a broad canvas for subjects that the Conference will discuss, and is one that many Christians will read with enjoyment and profit". -- back cover.
Contains bibliographical references.
Contents: [Table of] Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface dated Anglican Consultative Council, London, November 1977 / John Howe, Editor, Secretary, Lambeth Conference 1978 -- Section I: A Look at the Way Things Are --Section II: Concerning the World Context -- Section III: Concerning the Church Context -- Section IV: The Church as People -- Section V: Episcopal Ministry -- Section VI: Aspects of Anglicanism.
Contents: of Section I: A Look at the Way Things Are: People, the Church and Bishop as seen : 1: through African eyes / E.W. Fashole-Luke -- 2: through Asian eyes / A.C. Oommen -- 3: through Australian eyes / Irene F. Jeffreys -- 4: through English eyes / A.J. Comber -- 5: through North American eyes / T.J. Talley -- 6: through South American eyes / S. Escobar -- 7: through South Pacific eyes / L. Fugui -- 8: through Welsh eyes / Enid R. Morgan -- 9: through West Indian eyes.
Contents of Section II: Concerning the World Context: 1. Dominant influences in the current world / Margaret Dewey -- 2. Some influences of technology on contemporary life and thought / Sinclair Goodland -- 3. Traditional cultures and technology / Kosuke Koyama -- 4. Changing ethical value: a Christian assessment / J.S. Keith Ward -- 5. Christianity in a context of other faiths / C.L. Wickremesinghe -- 6. Nationalism and internationalism / Hugh W. Montefiore.
Contents of Section III: Concerning the Church Context: 1. Directions in Church growth / Tom Tuma -- 2. Ecumenism / Ian M. Fraser -- Evangelisation / David E. Jenkins -- 4. Liberation and social change / Jose Miguez Bonino -- 5. Pentecost and the Church today / G.W.E. Ashby -- 6. Theology under re-appraisal: an Indian view / S. Amirham -- 7. Theology under re-appraisal: a Latin American view / J. Andrew Kirk -- 6. Theology under re-appraisal: black theology / Warner R. Traynham.
Contents of Section IV: The Church as People: 1. Christian ministry and the People of God / Robert M. Grant -- 2. Christian ministry and synodical government / D.M. Kennedy -- 3. Women and the ministry / Barry Valentine -- 4. Christian understanding of community / John S. Pobee -- 5. The Church and the use of its resources / Martin Conway.
Contents of Section V: Episcopal Ministry: Part A: Origins and Influences: 1. Episcopacy in the New Testament and early Church / Henry Chadwick -- 2. Sociological factors that have shaped episcopacy / G.M.D. Howat -- 3. Religious and ecclesiastical factors that have shaped episcopacy / G.V. Bennett -- Part B: The Bishop in Person: 1. The bishop and his relationship with God / Alan Ecclestone -- 2. Bishop and pastor / Francis H. Moncreiff -- 3. The bishop and the ministry of mission / Lesslie Newbigin -- 4. The bishop and theologians / John Macquarrie -- 5. The bishop as guardian of the faith / John Coventry, S.J. -- 6.(a) Consecration as a sacrament: 6.(b) The bishop's consecration vows / Keith Rayner.
Contents of Section VI: Aspects of Anglicanism: 1. Anglican Christianity / Stephen Neill -- 2. Anglican Christianity and ecumenism / Oliver S. Tomkins -- 3. Anglican Patterns / John Howe.
"First published 1995 Triangle SPCK .. London. Copyright Hugh Montefiore 1995". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -131).
The author, retired Bishop of Birmingham, "presents a positive but realistic picture [of the Church of England], not ignoring its faults but tackling objections from the inside and outside. This concise and authoritative introduction is ideal for enquirers, new Christians and anyone looking for a fresh presentation of the facts about the Church of England". -- Back cover.
Contents: Preface / Hugh Montefiore -- The Church in England up to the Reformation -- The Reformation Settlement -- The Authority of the Church of England -- The Doctrine of the Church of England -- The Worship of the Church of England -- The Church of England by Law Established -- Spirituality in the Church of England -- Saints in the Church of England -- Pluralism in the Church of England -- The Validity of Anglican Orders: Deacons, Priests and Bishops -- The Clergy of the Church of England -- The Laity --The Moral Teaching of the Church of England -- The Church of England and Education -- The Finances of the Church of England -- The Discipline of the Church of England -- The Church of England and the Anglican Communion -- The Church of England and the Ecumenical Movement -- Some Criticisms -- The Future of the Church of England (with Some Statistics) -- Appendix -- Suggestions for Further Reading -- Glossary of Church Terms.
Colophon: Typeset by David Gregson Associates, Beccles, Suffolk. Printed in Great Britain by BPC Paperbacks Ltd.
Author is former Church of England Bishop of Birmingham.
"[By] Hugh Montefiore, Vicar of the University Church of St. Mary the Great, Cambridge, Canon Theologian of Coventry Cathedral".
Includes bibliographical endnotes.
"These two lectures were given in Chelmsford Cathedral on 22 and 29 September 1966 as the Keene Lectures." -- Foreword.
"In his first lecture Canon [later Bishop] Montefiore asks the Church of England to reconsider its attitude towards the remarriage of divorcees within the Church; in the second he argues that the Roman Catholic Church, in the light of the Vatican Council Decrees on Ecumenism and Religious Liberty, should relax its conditions for mixed marriages." -- back cover.
"First published in Great Britain in 1991 by Bellew Publishing Company Limited .. London". -- verso of t.-p.
"This volume of sermons is published in honour of the Archbishop of Canterbury [Robert Runcie] on his retirement". -- back cover.
61 sermons by a variety of individuals.
Contents divided into three parts: Part I: One God -- Part II: One Church -- Part III: One World.
Contents: Foreword / Lord Hailsham of St. Marylebone -- Preface / Dan Cohn-Sherbok -- Part I: One God -- God's Love / Desmond Tutu -- Share Your Bread / Frances Dominica -- On Really Believing in God / David Jenkins -- Breadth and Sanity / John Habgood -- The God Within / Don Cupitt -- The Hinge of Faith / Angela Tilby -- The Resolution of Fear / Donald Soper -- The Beauty of God / Richard Harries -- Puzzling Reflections of Truth / Maurice Wiles -- The Wounded Surgeon and the Dying Nurse / Graham Leonard -- Failing to Satisfy the Examiners / Lavinia Cohn-Sherbok -- In the End, God / Nicholas Stacey -- The Touch of God / Rowan Williams -- Watch With Me / Cicely Saunders -- Artists and the Spirit / Alan Webster -- On Leaving / Anthony Phillips -- A Sense of Wonder / Kallistos Ware -- Justice, Human and Divine / Peter Baelz -- The Creative Vision / Ursula King -- Rethinking on Principle / Leslie Houlden -- Part II: One Church -- The Path of Unity / John Paul II -- A Pilgrim Church / John Simpson -- Continuity and Community / John Witheridge -- A Priest's Vocation / David Edwards -- The English Settlement / Enoch Powell -- Only Connect / Eric James -- A Strange Land / Owen Chadwick -- Ministry and Vision / Stuart Blanch -- Promise, Presence and Parousia / Michael Nazir-Ali -- A Gift of the Holy Spirit / Derek Worlock -- Becoming Free Men / Robert Hardy -- Guard the Deposit / Stephen Sykes -- On a Huge Hill / Michael Mayne -- Faithful Under Pressure / Michael Turnbull -- A Case for Christian Schools / Edward Norman -- Moses and Aaron / Christopher Lewis -- Listening to One Another / Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh -- Begotten from Above / Alec Graham -- A Deacon in the Church of God / Donald Coggan -- One Body, One Spirit / Mark Santer -- Part III: One World -- A Voice and Inspiration in the Land / Mary Whitehouse -- A Cry of Pain / David Sheppard -- Jewish Understanding of Interfaith Encounter / Immanuel Jakobovits -- Missionaries / Geoffrey Parrinder -- Christian Unity and Human Unity / Lesslie Newbigin -- The Conversion of Paul / Grace Jantzen -- Leadership and Crisis / Jonathan Sacks -- A Moonie Challenge to the Churches / Eileen Barker -- The Whole Armour of God / Hugh Montefiore -- Out of Tragedy / John Lawrence -- Can Jesus Draw Us Together ? / Marcus Braybrooke -- Religious Education / Mary Warnock -- Those who are Left Behind / Anthony Harvey -- Telling Tales / Julia Neuberger -- Academic Unity and Tolerance / David Say -- A Message for Monday Morning / Lionel Blue -- Great is Truth and Mighty / Edward Carpenter -- Suffering / Lord Longford -- The Sin of Pride / Jack Mahoney -- Advancing the Kingdom / George Carey -- List of Contributors.