"Edited [by] Masamba ma Mpolo, Reginald Stober [and] Evelyn V. Appiah".
"Published for the World Council of Churches by Uzima Press, Limited .. Nairobi" -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references.
"The theme 'Jesus Christ: the Life of the World' is a confessional evaluation of the socio-political and economic situation of the entire continent of Africa. The papers presented in this book indicate clearly that due to a number of factors, much of Africa today is less well-off than it was in 1960". -- back cover.
Contents:Contributors -- Foreword dated Accra, 1 May 1983 / Annie B. Jiagge -- Let there be Life: Introductory Remarks dated Geneva, February 1983 / The Editors -- 1. Life in its fullness / Nelson H. Charles -- 2. Jesus Christ : The Life of the World : A Black South African perspective / Simon S. Maimela -- 3. Jesus Christ: Word of Life / Masamba ma Mpolo -- 4. Reflections on the Assembly Theme / Sierra Leone Visitation Team -- 5. The Search for a Living Church in Africa / John S. Pobee -- 6. Towards a Self-Supporting African Church / Kimpianga Mahaniah -- 7. Developing Countries and the Nuclear Issue: Reflections of an African Scientist / Bena-Silu -- 8. The Challenge of African Churches and Countries / Kabiru Kinyanjui -- 9. Some Theological and Ethical Considerations in the African context / Henry Okullu -- 10. Wholeness of Life in Africa / M. Amba Oduyoye -- 11. Jesus Christ: The Crown of Life / Abba Garima -- 12. Jesus is the Fullness of my Life / N.K. Dzobo -- 13. The Living Christ is a Compassionate God / John Gatu -- 14. The Confession of Alexandria / All Africa Conference of Churches -- 15. The Birth of Life / Grace Yemi Ladokun -- Suggested Reading -- Reference Notes.
Contributors include two Anglican theologians: the Rt. Rev. Henry Okullu, Bishop of the diocese of Maseno South in the Anglican Church of Kenya and Dr. John Pobee of Ghana.
Colophon: Printed by Afropress Ltd., Lusaka Close, P.O. Box 30502, Nairobi, Kenya.
"Edited by Andrew Wingate, Kevin Ward, Carrie Pemberton [and] Wilson Sitshebo"..
Includes bibliographical references.
A collection of 75 essays by 86 contributors "compiled by the Centre for Anglican Communion Studies at the Selly Oak Colleges" -- Foreword, p. v.
Contents are divided into six main sections: "" -- The life of the church -- The Church in society -- Mission of the Church -- The Church and the future and intended to "show to fellow-Anglicans and ecumenical friends the breadth of experience and reflection taking place throughout the worldwide Communion." -- Intro. p. 1.
Contents of introductory section: Foreword by the Archbishop of Canterbury / George L. Carey -- The Contributors -- Editors' Introduction / Andrew Wingate, Kevin Ward, Carrie Pemberton, Wilson Sitshebo -- Salvation and other faiths: An Anglican perspective / Andrew Wingate -- The development of Anglicanism as a global communion / Kevin Ward -- Five years in: where are women in the Church of England ? / Carrie Pemberton and Christina Rees -- How African Anglicans deal with death, funerals and bereavement / Wilson T. Sitshebo.
Contents of Section One: The Church in worship, spirituality and theology: African Anglicans and/or Pentecostals / Allan Anderson -- First Nations spirituality and the Anglican Church in Canada / Joyce Carlson -- Where God still walks in the garden: religious orders and the development of the Anglican Church in the South Pacific / Richard A. Carter -- Celtic spirituality: a contribution to the worldwide Anglican Communion ? / Esther de Waal -- An Anglican's view of the Bible in an East African context / Griphus Gakuru -- Inclusivity, language and worship / Kwok Pui-lan -- Anglican Christianity and communication of the gospel through the arts in Myanmar / Edward Saw Marks -- Death has come to reveal the faith: spirituality in the Episcopal Church of the Sudan amidst civil conflict / Marc Nikkel -- An African Anglican's view of salvation / John S. Pobee -- Anglican spirituality and worship among the Maori people / Tiki Raumati.
Contents of Section Two: The life of the Church: Anglicanism in Jerusalem / Riah Abu El-Assal -- Anglicanism and the Aladura Churches in Nigeria / Afe Adogame and Akin Omoyajowo -- L'Eglise Anglicane du Congo: une province francophone / Georges Titre Ande -- Jubilee: a call to renew the Church of South India after 50 years / J. Russell Chandran -- The role of the Archbishop of Canterbury within the Anglican Communion / Andrew Deuchar -- Why have an Anglican Church on mainland Europe ? / John Hind -- Youth Exchanges: opportunities for young people to experience the Anglican Communion / Paula Hollingsworth -- Alternative patterns for ministry: North and Central America / John L. Kater, Jr. -- The experience of African Americans within ECUSA and their contributions to the past, present and future / Harold T. Lewis -- Being Anglican in a pluralist society: a Canadian perspective / Gordon Light -- Anglicans in the non-English world of South America / Jaci Maraschin -- Australia: the last of lands / James Minchin -- 'Anglicane ? Qu'est-ce que c'est ?': an experience of francophone Anglicans / Tim Naish -- Anglican models for theological education in Southern Africa / Livingstone Lubabalu Ngewu and Luke Lungile Pato -- Anglicanism in West Malaysia / Eddie Ong -- Anglicanism and the Church of South India / P. Victor Premasagar -- New wine, old wineskins: a look at possibilities for a rural diocese in a changing society / Oswald Swartz -- Reflections from ecumenical partners: A Roman Catholic view: the Anglican Church: Federation or Communion ? / Harcourt Blackett -- A Methodist looks at worldwide Anglicanism / Diane Clutterbuck -- A Lutheran looks at worldwide Anglicanism / Aasulv Lande.
Contents of Section Three: The church in society: An Anglican view of ecological issues in the Australian context / Christabel Chamarette -- Minority ethnic Anglicans in Britain / Glynne Gordon-Carter -- A South African reflection on the issue of homosexuality in the Anglican Communion / James GaOfenngwe Keetile -- 'A sanctuary and a light' ?: The Scottish Churches respond to violence against women / Lesley Macdonald -- Church and state in Lesotho: reflections of a retired bishop / Philip Mokuku -- Resisting 'vumilia' theology: the Church and violence against women in Kenya / Esther Mombo -- A Structural Adjustment Programme and its effect on the Zambian people and the Zambian Church / Robert Mumbi -- Male circumcision ('imbalu') among the Bagisu of Uganda and the mission of the church / Beatrice Musindi -- Spirituality and sexuality: Christians and sexual behaviour today / Michael Nazir-Ali -- Youth and the Anglican Church in Madagascar / J. Bruno Ndriamahafahana -- The Church as a source of identity: reflection from the Caribbean / Las Newman -- Polygamy in the African Church today: a Kenyan woman's perspective / Edith Njoki Njiri -- Township women united in prayer / Martha Nkoane -- Refugees and worldwide Anglicanism / M. Louise Pirouet -- Women within Church and society in India / Krupaveni Prakasha Rao and Julie Lipp-Nathaniel -- Living as a minority in Pakistan / Mano Ramalshah -- The healing ministry of the Anglican Church: medical work through institutions / Fannie H. Storr -- Childhood challenges: key issues affecting children and young people throughout the Anglican Communion / Sally Thompson -- Working with women in the Congo / Emma Wild -- Corrymeela: healing the division / Trevor Williams.
Contents of Section Four: Mission in the Church: Dalits and salvation / J. Aruldoss -- Anglican educational institutions and the mission of the Church / Pervez Deen and Rina Deen -- Towards a wider world: partnership and the Church of Bangladesh / Martin Heath -- 'Called to one Hope: the Gospel in diverse cultures': reflections from the perspective of the Church in Wales / Enid R. Morgan -- The Anglican debate in West Africa on Christian-Muslim relations / Ken Okeke -- Evangelism n the Anglican Communion: an overview / Cyril Okorocha -- The mission of the Anglican Church among the indigenous peoples of northern Argentina / Helena Oliver de Wallis -- The Church in Sri Lanka and relations with other faiths / Jayasiri Peiris -- Anglicans and inter-faith relations: a historical retrospect / Israel Selvanayagam.
Contents of Section Five: The Church and the future: All about Eve: woman of Africa / Brigalia Bam -- A vision for theological education in North America / Martha Horne -- Women, Church and ministry in the coming decade / Penny Jamieson -- Beyond revival: a proposal for mission in the Church of Uganda into the third millennium / Amos Kasibante -- The Nippon Sei Ko Kai today and its future task / Samuel Isamu Koshiishi -- A vision for the religious orders in the Anglican Communion in the next century / Una Kroll -- The Mothers' Union of the future / edited by Barbara Laws and Louise Vincer -- A vision for a Church in jubilee: the Anglican Church and social justice in the next millennium / Njongonkulu Ndungane -- The theological and mission tasks facing Hong Kong Anglicans in the years of reunification with China after 1997 / Michael Poon -- Revisioning our Church as a community of belonging: a task for all / Peter B. Price -- The future of the mission agency / Diana Witts -- A vision for the Anglican contribution in the minority context of Korea over the next decade / Jeremiah Guen Seok Yang -- Afterword / George L. Carey.
OTCH Note: Contributors include two Canadians: Joyce Carlson and Gordon Light.
Twenty six chapters written by 20 authors divided into four sections, reflecting on the Conference themes. Authors include Canadian Patick Yu.
Bibliographical endnotes with each chapter but NO index.
Contents divided into four main parts: Part One: Called to Full Humanity -- Part Two: Holding and Sharing the Faith -- Part Three: Living as Anglicans in a Pluralistic World -- Part Four: Seeking Full Visible Unity.
Contents: Foreword / George Cantuar i.e. Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury -- Authors -- Introduction dated Oxford, All Saints Day, 1996 / Vinay Samuel and Chris Sugden -- Fascism and Nationalism / Roger Griffin -- A Christian Perspective on the Family / Vinay Samuel -- Why Questions of Gospel and Culture must be included in the Preparations for Lambeth 1998 / Maurice Sinclair -- An examination of the Theological Principles affecting the Homosexuality Debate : The St. Andrew's Day Statement / Michael Banner et al. -- A Response to the St. Andrew's Statement / Patrick Yu -- Reading the St. Andrew's Days Statement / Oliver O'Donovan -- Living with HIV/Aids : A personal testimony / Gideon Byamugisha -- The Dark Side of Technology / Bernard Adeney -- The Oxford Declaration on Christian Faith and Economics -- Trade and Development Report 1996 / UNCTAD (TDR 16), Geneva, 1996 -- The Impact of the Market Economy on the Poor / Raja Chelliah -- Business and Corruption / Vinay Samuel -- Media and Modernity / Quentin Schultze -- A Christian Response to Population Issues : An Oxford Statement Resource Document -- Christian Feminism and Feminist Perspectives on Population Control / Harriet A. Harris -- Kingdom Affirmations and Commitments -- The Gospel and the Transformation of the non-Western World / Kwame Bediako -- Adolescence, Youth Ministry and World Mission / Oxford Centre for Mission Studies and Oxford Youth Works -- Dialogue in an Age of Conflict / Michael Nazir-Ali -- Accessible Liturgy / Jean-Daniel Pluss -- Reception / Henry Chadwick -- The Anglican Acceptance of Contraception / Richard Harries -- Reflection on Biblical Themes of Discipleship / David Bennett -- Take Thou Authority: an African Perspective / John S. Pobee -- Towards Reconciliation in Rwanda / Emmanuel Kolini -- Evangelical Mission Societies and the Church in India / Vinay Samuel.
"Presented to the Anglican Communion in recognition of the contribution of Bishop John Howe, Executive Officer of the Anglican Communion 1969-1971, and Secretary General, the Anglican Consultative Council, 1971-1982, and to The Lambeth Conference 1978 as an aid to its deliberation on Authority". -- p. .
Contents divided into three main parts.
Contents: Abbreviations -- Foreword / Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury -- 1. Introduction : Why Authority / S.W. Sykes -- Part One: The Theology of Authority -- 2. Ideology, Authority and Faith / John E. Skinner -- 3. The Grace of a Holy God; P.T. Forsyth and the Contemporary Church / R.C. Craston -- 4. The Authority of Love / E.W. Scott -- 5. Authority in the Church; Spiritual Freedom and the Corporate Nature of Faith / H.R. McAdoo -- 6. The Judicious Mr. Hooker and Authority in the Elizabethan Church / J.E. Booty -- Part Two: Anglican Structures and Usage -- 7. A Family Affair: The Pattern of Constitutional Authority in the Anglican Communion / P.H.E. Thomas -- 8. Towards a Theology and Practice of the Bishop-in-Synod / K.S. Chittleborough -- 9. The Making of a Tradition; Provincial Synod in the Church of the Province of Southern Africa / M. Nuttall -- 10. Take Thou Authority; an African Perspective / John S. Pobee -- 11. Collegiality and Conciliarity in the Anglican Communion / Gavin White -- Part Three: The Ecumenical Future of Authority -- 12. Ecumenical Dialogues and Authority / Gunther Gassmann -- 13. Anglicans, Roman Catholics and Authority / Johannes Willebrands -- 14. An Anglican Comment on Papal Authority in the Light of Recent Developments / J. Robert Wright -- 15. Catholicity and Authority in Anglican-Lutheran Relations / S.W. Sykes -- Appendix : The Meaning and Unity of the Anglican Communion (Lambeth 1948).
"Published jointly 1988 by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. ... and by WCC Publications". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references.
"[I]s communion focused on baptism the ecumenical way forward ? Is such a baptismal communion in fact all we really need ? ... The project had three stages, each discernible in this volume. Basic for the[project is a study paper produced by the Institute for Ecumenical Research, Strasbourg, at the request of the Department for Theology and Studies of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) ... This study paper seeks both to lay out a particular understanding of baptism and the church as communion and to outline and analyze the various ecumenical issues raised by the interconnection of the concepts 'baptism' and 'communion'. After discussion within the LWF, this study paper served as a point of reference for the second stage of the project, a consultation sponsored by the Strasbourg Institute in Hvittorp, Finland, in October 1996. This consultation was designed to be ecumenical, analyzing the topic from various angles. The various contributors were asked to comment on various themes, ranging from abstract questions of ecclesiology to particular questions of practice in situations where baptism and communion have become especially live topics. The third stage is the book you now have before you, the publication of the study paper and of the contributions to the Hvittorp consultation, revised by the authors following the discussions". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Michael Root and Risto Saarinen -- Baptism and the Unity of the Church: A Study Paper / Michael Root, in collaboration with Andre Birmele and Risto Saarinen -- Baptism and the Foundations of Communion / Susan K. Wood -- Baptism and the Foundations of Communion -- Baptism and the Foundations of Communion / Peder Norgaard-Hojen -- Baptism and the Unity of the Church in the New Testament / James D.G. Dunn -- Baptism and the Unity of the Church in Ecumenical Dialogues / Andre Birmele -- Rites of Initiation as Signs of Unity / Eugene L. Brand -- Problems of Mutual Recognition -- Baptismal Recognition and the Orthodox Churches / Merja Merras -- Baptismal Recognition and the Baptist Churches / S. Mark Heim -- Baptismal Recognition and African Instituted Churches / John Pobee -- Baptism and the Complexities of Church Life -- Baptism and Membership in the Church of Sweden / Ragnar Persenius -- Baptism and the Unity of the Church in India Today / J. Jayakiran Sebastian -- Contributors.
"At the invitation of the Right Reverend Arthur E. Walmsley, bishop of Connecticut, and the Most Reverend Alastair I.M. Haggart, primus of Scotland, a number of Anglicans from Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, Oceania, and the United Kingdom gathered in Hartford, Connecticut, from September 1 through September 10, 1984, to participate in a symposium on the mission of the Church. The symposium was held as part of the celebrations marking the two hundredth anniversary of the consecration of Bishop Samuel Seabury, the first bishop of an Anglican diocese located outside the British Isles". -- Intro., p. xv.
Contents divided into two main sections: The Nature of Christian Mission -- Mission and the Common Life of the Church.
Contents: [Dedication] To Edward A. Bayne / Arthur E. Walmsley -- Table of Contents -- Foreword / Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury -- Acknowledgements -- Preface dated Sewanee, Tennessee, November 14, 1985 / W. Richard Kew -- Board of Trustees, SPCK/USA -- Introduction / Philip Turner [and] Frank E. Sugeno -- The Nature of Christian Mission -- Mission and Prayer / Marianne H. Micks -- The Mission of the Church in East Africa / David M. Gitari -- Mission, Morals, and Folk Religion / Helen Oppenheimer -- Mission of the Church in the Indian Context / Pritam B. Santram -- Mission, Paternalism, and the Peter Pan Syndrome / John S. Pobee -- Can Mission and Church Be Integrated ? / Kortright Davis -- Towards a Latin American Understanding of Mission / Jaci C. Maraschin -- Mission Theology: A Hong Kong Chinese Understanding / Alan Chan -- Mission and the Common Life of the Church -- Mission and Establishment / Colin Buchanan -- Mission and Church Identity / Paul A. Reeves -- The Mission of Christ in Urban America / A. Theodore Eastman -- The Mission of the Church and the Culture of a Nation / Edward W. Scott -- The Mission of the Church in an Islamic Country / Clement H. Janda -- The Anglican Communion in Latin America / Adrian D. Caceres -- Notes on Contributors.
"Edited by Nicholas Lossky, Jose Miguez Bonino, John Pobee, Tom F. Stransky, Geoffrey Wainwright [and] Pauline Webb".
"Since its first publication, this dictionary has become an indispensable tool for all those who search for basic information and reliable orientation in the highly complex environment of contemporary ecumenism. The writers and editors have carefully reviewed and updated the original entries and added a substantial number of new ones. Together they have produced a resource reflecting the richness and diversity of ecumenical thought and action, of events and persons". -- Foreword, p. [xi].
Contents: The Editors -- The Editorial Board -- Foreword dated Geneva, October 2002 / Konrad Raiser, General Secretary, World Council of Churches -- Preface to the Second Edition dated February 2002 -- Introduction -- Notes for the Reader -- List of Entries -- Dictionary of the Ecumenical Movement -- Index of Names -- Abbreviations -- Contributors.
OTCH Note: Includes much Anglican content and several Anglican contributors. Anglican articles/entries include: Anglican-Baptist Conversations / L.A. Cupit -- Anglican Communion / Colin Buchanan -- Anglican Consultative Council / Colin Buchanan -- Anglican-Lutheran Dialogue / David Tustin -- Anglican-Methodist Dialogue / Geoffrey Wainwright -- Anglican-Moravian Conversations / Mary Tanner -- Anglican-Oriental Orthodox Dialogue / Henry Hill -- Anglican-Orthodox Dialogue / Hugh Wybrew -- Anglican-Reformed Dialogue / Alan P.E. Sell -- Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue / Kevin McDonald -- Scott, Edward Walter / Ans J. van der Bent -- Tutu, Desmond Mpilo / Ans J. van der Bent.
"Edited by Stephen Sykes, John Booty and Jonathan Knight".
"First published in Great Britain 1988 by SPCK .. First published in North America 1988 by Fortress Press. Revised edition 1998. Second impression 1999". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Thirty essays by various authors divided into seven main sections. One essay on Canon Law has been completely rewritten, another two essays have been revised.
"The purpose of this collection of essays is to provide the reader with an introduction to the history and ethos of the Churches which constitute the Anglican Communion. This is at once a difficult and controversial undertaking. It is difficult because of the sheer number and variety of aspects which ought to be taken into account; and it is controversial because of the well-known breadth of conviction which Anglicanism has traditionally embraced". -- Preface to the First Edition, p. x.
"The publication of a second edition offers a welcome opportunity to review and improve on the articles in the first edition, especially by updating the bibliography sections in each chapter. The contributors have revisited their own work and most have revisited the work of another. In one case an entirely new article has been written". -- Preface to the Second Edition.
Contents: Contributors -- Preface to the First Edition dated November 1987 / Stephen Sykes and John Booty -- Preface to the Second Edition dated May 1998 / Stephen Sykes, John Booty and Jonathan Knight -- Abbreviations -- Part I: The History of Anglicanism -- 1. From the Reformation to the Eighteenth Century / William P. Haugaard -- 2. From the Early Eighteenth Century to the Present Day / Perry Butler -- Part II: The Gospel in Anglicanism / Louis Weil -- Part III: Authority and Method -- 1. Scripture / Reginald H. Fuller -- 2. Tradition, Fathers and Council / Henry Chadwick -- 3. Reason / A.S. McGrade -- Part IV: Anglican Standards -- 1. Prayer Books / Marion J. Hatchett -- 2. The Articles and Homilies / Peter Toon -- 3. Ordinals / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 4. Catechisms / James Hartin; revised by Jonathan Knight -- 5. Standard Divines / John E. Booty -- 6. Lex Orandi : Lex Credendi / W. Taylor Stevenson -- 7. Councils, Conferences and Synods / Frederick H. Shriver -- 8. Canon Law / Daniel B. Stevick -- Part V: Church, Sacraments and Ministry -- 1. Doctrine of the Church / Philip H.E. Thomas -- 2. The Fundamentals of Christianity / Stephen W. Sykes -- 3. The Laity / Fredrica Harris Thompsett -- 4. Initiation / David R. Holeton -- 5. Holy Communion / William R. Crockett -- 6. Ministry and Priesthood / John B. Webster -- 7. Episcopacy / Richard A. Norris -- Part VI: Anglicanism in Practice -- 1. Anglican Spirituality / A.M. Allchin -- 2. Anglican Morality / Paul Elmen -- 3. Anglican Pastoral Tradition / O.C. Edwards Jr. -- 4. Church-State Relations / Peter Hinchcliff -- 5. Sociology of Anglicanism / W.S.F. Pickering; revised by Peter Brierley and Grace Davie -- Part VII: Prospects -- 1. The Ecumenical Future / Mary Tanner -- 2. Non-Anglo-Saxon Anglicanism / John S. Pobee -- 3. What is 'Anglicanism' ? / Paul Avis -- 4. Anglicanism, 'Ecclesia Anglicana', and Anglican: An Essay on Terminology / J. Robert Wright -- 5. Anglicans and Mission / T.E. Yates -- Glossary -- Index..
Thirty essays by various authors divided into seven main sections.
"The purpose of this collection of essays is to provide the reader with an introduction to the history and ethos of the Churches which constitute the Anglican Communion. This is at once a difficult and controversial undertaking. It is difficult because of the sheer number and variety of aspects which ought to be taken into account; and it is controversial because of the well-known breadth of conviction which Anglicanism has traditionally embraced". -- Preface.
Contents: Contributors -- Preface dated November 1987 / Stephen Sykes and John Booty -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Part I: The History of Anglicanism -- 1. From the Reformation to the Eighteenth Century / William P. Haugaard -- 2. From Early Eighteenth Century to the Present Day / Perry Butler -- Part II: The Gospel in Anglicanism / Louis Weil -- Part III: Authority and Method -- 1. Scripture / Reginald Fuller -- 2. Tradition, Fathers and Council / Henry Chadwick -- 3. Reason / A.S. McGrade -- Part IV: Standards -- 1. Prayer Books / Marion J. Hatchett -- 2. The Articles and Homilies / Peter Toon -- 3. Ordinal / Paul F. Bradshaw -- 4. Catechisms / James Hartin -- 5. Standard Divines / John E. Booty -- 6. Lex Orandi : Lex Credendi / W. Taylor Stevenson -- 7. Councils, Conferences and Synods / Frederick H. Shriver -- 8. Canon Law / W.J. Hankey --Part V: Church, Sacraments and Ministry -- 1. Doctrine of the Church / Philip H.E. Thomas -- 2. The Fundamentals of Christianity / Stephen W. Sykes -- 3. The Laity / Fredrica Harris Thompsett -- 4. Initiation / David R. Holeton -- 5. Holy Communion / William R. Crockett -- 6. Ministry and Priesthood / John B. Webster -- 7. Episcopacy / Richard A. Norris -- Part VI: Anglicanism in Practice -- 1. Anglican Spirituality / A.M. Allchin -- 2. Anglican Morality / Paul Elmen -- 3. Anglican Pastoral Tradition / O.C. Edwards Jr. -- 4. Church-State Relations / Peter Hinchliff -- 5. Sociology of Anglicanism / W.S.F. Pickering -- Part VII: Prospects -- 1. The Ecumenical Future / Mary Tanner -- 2. Newer Dioceses of the Anglican Communion / John S. Pobee -- 3. What is 'Anglicanism' ? / Paul Avis -- 4. Anglicanism, `Ecclesia Anglicana', and Anglican: An Essay on Terminology / J. Robert Wright -- 5. Anglicans and Mission / T.E. Yates -- Glossary -- Index.