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Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 4
Corporate Author
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Place
[Saffron Walden, Eng.]
Publisher
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
12 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
At head of cover: confidential.
"In this report -- more accurately a 'working paper' -- I make proposals for the next stage of development of the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Although I take full and personal responsibility for the proposals, I want to acknowledge with great gratitude the counsel and help given by a number of colleagues. .... To my thanks, let me add a few preliminary comments. First, these proposals are complementary to others which deal specifically with the Executive Officer's office and staff. .... The fact that the Executive Officer serves two bodies, and that separate groups of interest are involved, should however be kept in mind. A number of suggestions have been made, for example, which really relate to the Lambeth Consultative Body rather than the ACMS. .... Second, there have been -- indeed there still are -- some troubling misconceptions about my own office, and about the ACMS. I mention now four of these, because I think it is useful to clear away as much of the underbrush as possible before we tackle the main issues. The first has to do with 'authority' or 'power' of the ACMS and its Executive Officer. As I wrote to Archbishop Fisher in 1959, when we were exploring all this, it is essential in my view, that the Executive Officer have no constitutional or coercive authority. .... A second apprehension is related to this -- it has to do with money. .... Then, third, there has been a tendency to think of the ACMS as a means by which something is to be done for somebody else. .... Finally (and no doubt in large part because membership of the ACMS is by churches), there had been a measure of apprehension lest it represent a decision by the Anglican Communion against the 'society' principle of missionary support. .... So much by way of clearing the ground. Now I should like to speak about the four main principles which seem to me to be the determining elements in any planning for the ACMS". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- I: Principles -- II: Practical Necessities -- III: Specific Proposals / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.
Note printed on verso of t.-p.: "N.B. This document is confidential, until released by the Executive Officer. It is intended for circulation and discussion by the members of the Lambeth Consultative Body and the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy, and such advisory and other persons only as are designated to receive it. It has no official standing or authority save as may be given it by appropriate action. Its use for general public discussion is not authorized".
Series
ACMS 63/4
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Subjects
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Government
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Executive Officer
Lambeth Consultative Body. Executive Officer
Anglican Consultative Council. Executive Officer - History
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 4
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Agenda for Anglicans

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog7076
Author
Morgan, Dewi (Dewi Lewis), 1916-1993
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 M65 1963
Author
Morgan, Dewi (Dewi Lewis), 1916-1993
Place
London
Publisher
SCM Press
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
167 p. ; 18.2 x 12 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Dewi Morgan, Rector of St. Bride's, Fleet Street, London, formerly Editorial Secretary, Society for the Propagation of the Gospel".
"With a Preface by Bishop Stephen Bayne, Executive Officer of the Anglican Communion".
"First Published 1963. Copyright Dewi Morgan 1963. Published simultaneously by SCM Press Ltd., London and Morehouse-Barlow Co., New York". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references.
"The background of this book is the turbulent world of the 1960s, and the ecumenical revolution within the Christian churches. Amid so much change, what is the role of the Anglican Communion ? To put it better: what use has God for Anglicans. The author frankly examines the source of authority for Anglicans, the administration of the mission in principle and practice, and the prayer and conversation that unite this curious family of 40 millions. .... This book ... is being published simultaneously by Morehouse-Barlow, New York, in connection with the international Anglican Congress in Toronto, August 1963. But it is a book which will keep its value until the next Lambeth Conference, to which it looks forward". -- back cover.
Contents: Preface / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- Author's Foreword -- Authority and Freedom -- Regional and National Churches -- Is Anglicanism a 'Confession' ? -- The Administration of Mission: In Principle -- The Administration of Mission: Day by Day -- The Family Which Prays Together -- Family Ties -- Epilogue.
OTCH Note. The author makes particular mention of the Anglican Church of Canada in the Foreword, saying: "My indebtedness to others will be obvious and my inability to make acknowledgements manifest. But one act of recognition must be recorded. It is to the Missionary Society of the Anglican Church in Canada. It was the deep privilege of an invitation to lecture to a seminar in London, Ontario, which proved the final stimulus to put down on paper thoughts which for years had clamoured inside me for expression but which, aware of a sense of my own incompetence, I had so often decided to leave to others more capable (p. 12)".
Series
Living church books
Subjects
Anglican Communion - 20th century
Authority - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Government
Anglican Communion - Structure
Missions - Anglican Communion
Missions - Societies, etc. - Anglican Communion
Book of Common Prayer
Liturgical movement - Anglican Communion
Liturgical renewal - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Liturgy
Call Number
BX 5005 M65 1963
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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An Anglican Covenant : theological and legal considerations for a global debate

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8645
Author
Doe, Norman, 1957-
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 D6 A5 2008
Author
Doe, Norman, 1957-
Place
Norwich, Eng.
Publisher
Canterbury Press
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
xii, 259 p. ; 23.3 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Norman Doe".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"This unique and authoritative guide to the proposed Anglican Covenant presents for the first time in a single volume: a full exploration of the proposal for the adoption of a covenant by the worldwide Anglican Communion and the drafts of the covenant itself; a summary of the responses to the draft covenants from proponents and opponents alike; a thorough evaluation of the arguments for and against the covenant in the light of the classical Anglican formula of scripture, tradition and reason; a comparison of the proposal and the drafts with current global Anglican polity, and the experiences of both ecumenism and other church traditions". -- back cover.
Contents divided into three main parts: Part 1: The Foundational Ideas of a Covenant -- Part 2: The Structure and Substance of a Covenant -- Part 3: The Implementation of a Covenant.
Contents: Preface -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- The Nature of a Covenant -- The Employment of a Covenant -- The Purpose of a Covenant -- The Form of a Covenant -- The Subject Matter of a Covenant -- The Content of a Covenant -- The Process for a Covenant -- The Adoption of a Covenant -- The Effects of a Covenant -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index.
The author "is a Professor of Law at Cardiff University and a specialist in canon law. He is a Consultant to the Anglican Communion Legal Advisers Network and was a member of the Lambeth Commission which in its 'Windsor Report' proposed an Anglican Covenant". -- back cover.
Subjects
Anglican Covenant
Covenants - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Covenants - Biblical teaching
Anglican Communion - Structure
Canon law - Anglican Communion
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
ISBN
978-1-85311-904-0
Call Number
BX 5005 D6 A5 2008
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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An Anglican turning point : documents and interpretations

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6825
Author
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Publication Date
1964
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5003 B39 1964
Author
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Place
Austin, Tex.
Publisher
Church Historical Society
Publication Date
1964
Physical_Description
ix, 317 p. ; 23.5 x 15.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"By Stephen Fielding Bayne, Jr., Executive Office of the Anglican Communion 1960-1964".
Includes index.
"The official and personal papers assembled by Bishop Bayne in this volume provide essential records of a crucial and exciting development in the history and contemporary mission of the Anglican Communion throughout the world. Chosen to be the first churchman for the unprecedented position of Executive Officer of the Anglican Communion, Bishop Bayne gives in these chapters an illuminating account of the background of his office, the ways and means whereby he has built its service and work into the structure and life of the eighteen Anglican Churches of every continent and island. With creative imagination and insight, he points out directions for the future of these Churches -- their closer fellowship and interdependence, their missionary opportunities, and their larger involvement in the renewal and reunion of all Christendom". -- front dust jacket blurb.
Contents divided into two main parts: Part One: Documents -- Part Two: Interpretations.
Contents: Acknowledgements / Massey H. Shepherd, Jr., President [Church Historical Society] -- Abbreviations -- Part One: Documents -- Part Two: Interpretations -- Index.
Contents of Part One: Documents: I. Historical Note with A Postscript by Archbishop Lord Fisher of Lambeth dated February 1964 -- II. Reports of the Executive Office: 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963 / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- III. Current Inter-Anglican Organization: A memorandum prepared for the World Council of Churches Consultation at Geneva, October 2-5, 1963.
Contents of Part Two: Interpretations: I: THE STRUCTURE OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION -- 1. The Modern Anglican Situation: Address at St. Augustine's Church Hall, Londonderry, on Friday, June 7, 1963, on the occasion of the St. Columba Celebrations -- 2. Organizing for Action: Address to the Anglican Congress, Toronto, August 20, 1963 -- 3. At the Cross-Roads: From 'Anglican World', April 1960: With a Memorandum on the Regional Council of the Church of South East Asia -- 4. ACMS [Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy] Structure: A working paper prepared for the ACMS, July 1963 -- II: THE LIFE OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION -- 5. Witness, Mission, Unity: Sermon preached at the First Synod of the Church of England in Australia, St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, N.S.W., May 8, 1962 -- 6. Establishment: From 'Anglican World', January-February 1963 -- 7. Yoked Together: From 'Anglican World', August-September 1961 -- Prayer Book Revision: From 'The Living Church', May 21, 1961 -- 9. Our Particular Treasure: From 'The Living Church', May 26, 1963 -- III: THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION AND MISSION --- The Meaning and Cost of Mission -- 10. Four Notes of Mission: Address at annual meeting of the Overseas Mission Society, Philadelphia, January 1961; from 'The Living Church', February 19, 1961 -- 11. Following Is Mission: Address at the Missionary Mass Meeting of the 60th General Convention, Cobo Hall Arena, Detroit, Friday, September 22, 1961 -- 12. Chosen for Mission: Address at The Missionary Festival Service, Monday, May 28, 1962, at the Cathedral Church of St. Michael, Coventry -- 13. The Cost of Mission: From 'The Living Church', January 22, 1961 -- 14. Taking Communion Seriously: From 'Anglican World', February-March 1961 -- 15. Telstar and the Body: From 'The Living Church', July 29, 1962 -- The Indigenous Church -- 16. A Province is Born: From 'The Living Church', June 11, 1961 -- 17. East and West: From 'The Living Church', December 10, 1961 -- 18. "Strangers and Foreigners": From 'The Living Church', July 15, 1962 -- Strategy and Structure -- 19. Missionary Strategy: From 'Pan-Anglican', Spring 1961 -- 20. Society or Church: From 'The Living Church', March 24, 1963 -- 21. The Stretch in between: From 'The Living Church', April 14, 1963 -- 22. Latin American Mission: From 'The Living Church', February 24, 1963 -- 23. The Needs of the Anglican Communion Today: From 'Canadian Churchman', June 1963 -- IV: THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION AND UNITY -- Anglican Unity -- 24. "Discerning the Lord's Body": Sermon preached at the opening service of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, August 22, 1962 -- 25. An Exercise in Brotherhood: From 'Anglican World', October-November 1960 -- 26. Unity and Tradition: From 'The Living Church', February 3, 1963 -- The Wider Episcopal Fellowship -- 27. The Episcopate: Sermon preached at the annual meeting of the Representative Church Council of the Scottish Episcopal Church, St. Paul's Cathedral, Dundee, Tuesday, May 17, 1960 -- 28. Concordats and Companionship: From 'The Living Church', June-July 1961 -- 29. A Wider Fellowship: From 'The Living Church', April 23, 1961 -- Confessionalism -- 30. World Confessionalism and the Ecumenical Movement: From 'Lutheran World', January 1963 -- 31. With Prayer and Boldness: From 'The Living Church', February 11, 1963.
Series
Church Historical Society ; New series sources ; 2
Added Entry
Fisher, Geoffrey Francis, 1887-1972
Subjects
Anglican Communion - History - Sources
Anglican Communion - History - 20th century
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy - History
Lambeth Consultative Body - History
Anglican Consultative Body. Executive Officer
Anglican Communion - Structure
Call Number
BX 5003 B39 1964
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican Church in North America : A new province or a new church ?

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article35515
Author
Williams, Leigh Anne
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2009 January
Author
Williams, Leigh Anne
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2009 January
Volume
135
Issue
1
Page
1, 3
Notes
"Leaders of the Common Cause Partnership, a coalition of conservative Anglicans in Canada and the U.S., released a draft constitution on Dec. 3 [2008] for a new Anglican province that they propose will be defined by theology rather than a geographic location". "Bishop [Robert] Duncan [former Episcopal Bishop of Pittsburgh] acknowledged that the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada are still the only churches recognized by the Archbishop of Canterbury and the structures of the Anglican Communion". "Soon after the [Dec. 3, 2008] announcement, the GAFCON [Global Anglican Future Conference] primates, whose provinces comprise up to 40 million Anglicans, mainly in Africa, issued a statement of support and blessing for the formation of the new province". "Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, recently said that he finds the idea of creating a new province defined by theological differences 'disturbing'." "Canon Charlie Masters is the general secretary of the Common Cause Partnership and also serves as the executive director of ANiC (Anglican Network in Canada), which held its first synod in November [2008] in Burlington, Ont. ANiC members are excited about the new province, he said."
Subjects
Common Cause Partnership
Anglican Church in North America
Duncan, Robert (Robert William), 1948-
Global Anglican Future Conference GAFCON
Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC)
Anglican Communion - Provinces
Anglican Communion - Structure
Masters, Charlie (Charles Frederick), 1951-
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The Anglican Communion : A Growing Reality

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article33732
Author
Eames, Robin (Robert A.H.), 1937-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2006 Winter
Author
Eames, Robin (Robert A.H.), 1937-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2006 Winter
Volume
13
Issue
1
Page
9-13
Notes
"The following is the first of two lectures Archbishop Eames delivered last summer [2005] at the Virginia Theological Seminary's convocation. It is published here with permission".
"It is debatable if the Anglican Communion has faced a more searching period, more public scrutiny and more transparent heart-searching than in the past two years". "Has the Anglican obsession with sexuality been merely the tip of an iceberg hiding other deeper issues, which will ultimately dictate the future of the Anglican Communion ?" "With few exceptions the Anglican north and west began to recognize the extent of internal diversity which had existed long before the name of Gene Robinson became known internationally". Archbishop Eames goes on to discuss what are commonly known as "the bonds of affection" and the pressures on them including the legacy of colonialism; the development of autonomous provinces and the fact of inculturation in different societies; the Anglican avoidance of a central authority akin to the central curia of Rome; and tensions not just between provinces but also within provinces, dioceses and even parishes. "Such questioning brings me to another and perhaps more controversial issue. Is the real question about authority rather than sexuality ? Not just authority in terms of the authority of interpretation of Holy Scripture, but authority to be in communion among diverse and autonomous Provinces ...". The author's involvement in the Lambeth Commission demonstrated evidence that "cultural development across our Communion had become an equal if not a dominant ingredient within the bonds of affection. In saying that I need to be aware that conservative Anglicanism resents any argument that places cultural difference above questions of theological principle. .... Am I alone in thinking that at the root of those clashes [between conservative a liberal argument], irrespective of our personal allegiances or preferences, lies the failure of succeeding generations of Anglicans to accept that there are parameters to divergence in scriptural interpretation, there are boundaries to ecclesiological autonomy and there are limitations to what a world family of vague technical relationships can endure and still remain a cohesive entity." He considers the possible dilemmas "associated with what could be called `the practical working of communion'" and especially the potential effects on Anglican organizations that span provinces e.g. the Missionary Societies and the Mothers Union. "The impressions of the Anglican Communion I gained in the preparation of the Windsor Report are dominated by one word -- pain". He offers, from his personal experience, one possible solution for the Commission -- the concept of reconciliation, which he defines and outlines as a process. "Is it just possible that future generations will look at this [current] time not just as a negative era for Anglicanism but rather as an inevitable sign of growth, a sign of maturity even in the history of a most diverse world Christian family ?" "I have tried to point out some of the consequences of an international Church body in which aspiration to bonds is more visible than application to their realities. As far back as 1920 the Lambeth Conference concluded: `The Churches represented in (the Communion) are indeed independent, but independent with the Christian freedom which recognises the restraints of truth and love. They are not free to deny the truth. They are not free to ignore the fellowship'. The Windsor Report took this question and commented: `This means that any development needs to be explored for its resonance with the truth, and with the utmost charity on the part of all -- charity that grants that a new thing can be offered humbly and with integrity, and charity that might refrain from an action which might harm a sister or brother'."
Subjects
Anglican Communion - 21st century
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Provinces
Anglican Communion - Parties and movements
Authority - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Christianity and culture - Anglican Communion
Windsor Report
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
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The Anglican Covenant : unity and diversity in the Anglican Communion

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5889
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 C47 2008
Place
London
Publisher
Mowbray
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
xii, 209 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Edited by Mark D. Chapman".
"First published 2008". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"This collection addresses the proposed Anglican Covenant from a variety of perspectives. It aims to survey recent development in the Anglican Communion in the context of history, theology, and biblical interpretation. Although most of the chapters emerged from a conference organized under the auspices of Affirming Catholicism at St. Matthew's Church, Westminster on 20 January 2007, the contributors represent different Anglican viewpoints, both ecclesiological and cultural. The Conference was designed to encourage people to come together in a spirit of open dialogue". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword dated The Feast of St. Alban the Martyr, [] June 2007 / Mark D. Chapman -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: What's Going on in Anglicanism ?/ Mark D. Chapman -- Baby's First Steps: Can the Covenant Proposal Ever Walk ? / Gregory Cameron -- Unity and Diversity, Communion and Covenant: Theological, Ecclesiological, Political and Missional Challenges for Anglicanism / Andrew Goddard -- The Dull Bits of History: Cautionary Tales for Anglicanism / Mark D. Chapman -- The Episcopal Church in the USA and the Covenant: The Place of the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral / R. William Franklin -- 'From All Nations and Languages': Reflections on Church, Catholicity and Culture / Charlotte Methuen -- The Anglican Covenant: An African Perspective / Victor Atta-Baffoe -- Towards an Anglican Covenant: A Roman Catholic Perspective / Paul McPartlan -- The Methodist Idea of Covenant / Kenneth Wilson -- Covenant in the Bible and Today / John Burton -- Index -- Biblical References.
Colophon: Printed and bound in Great Britain by MPG Books Ltd, Bodmin, Cornwall.
Added Entry
Chapman, Mark (Mark David), 1960-
Affirming Catholicism
Atta-Bafoe, Victor R. (Victor Reginald)
Barton, John, 1948-
Cameron, Gregory (Gregory Kenneth), 1959-
Franklin, R. William (Ralph William), 1947-
Goddard, Andrew (Andrew John), 1967-
McPartlan, Paul, 1955-
Methuen, Charlotte (Charlotte Mary), 1964-
Wilson, Kenneth
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Covenants - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Covenant
Anglican Communion - 21st century
Conciliar theory - Anglican Communion
Conciliar theory - Catholic Church - History
Lambeth Quadrilateral
Christianity and culture - Anglican Communion - 21st century
Anglican Covenant - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of West Africa
Anglican Covenant - Religious aspects - Catholic Church
Anglican Communion - Structure
Covenants - Religious aspects - Methodist Church
Covenants - Biblical teaching
ISBN
0-567-03253-1 (pbk.)
978-0-567-03253-9 (pbk.)
Call Number
BX 5005 C47 2008
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Anglican Covenant : unity and diversity in the Anglican Communion

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8633
Publication Date
2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 C47 2008
Place
London
Publisher
Mowbray
Publication Date
2008
Physical_Description
xii, 209 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Mark D. Chapman".
"First published 2008". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"This collection addresses the proposed Anglican Covenant from a variety of perspectives. It aims to survey recent development in the Anglican Communion in the context of history, theology, and biblical interpretation. Although most of the chapters emerged from a conference organized under the auspices of Affirming Catholicism at St. Matthew's Church, Westminster on 20 January 2007, the contributors represent different Anglican viewpoints, both ecclesiological and cultural. The Conference was designed to encourage people to come together in a spirit of open dialogue". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword dated The Feast of St. Alban the Martyr, [] June 2007 / Mark D. Chapman -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: What's Going on in Anglicanism ?/ Mark D. Chapman -- Baby's First Steps: Can the Covenant Proposal Ever Walk ? / Gregory Cameron -- Unity and Diversity, Communion and Covenant: Theological, Ecclesiological, Political and Missional Challenges for Anglicanism / Andrew Goddard -- The Dull Bits of History: Cautionary Tales for Anglicanism / Mark D. Chapman -- The Episcopal Church in the USA and the Covenant: The Place of the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral / R. William Franklin -- 'From All Nations and Languages': Reflections on Church, Catholicity and Culture / Charlotte Methuen -- The Anglican Covenant: An African Perspective / Victor Atta-Baffoe -- Towards an Anglican Covenant: A Roman Catholic Perspective / Paul McPartlan -- The Methodist Idea of Covenant / Kenneth Wilson -- Covenant in the Bible and Today / John Burton -- Index -- Biblical References.
Added Entry
Chapman, Mark (Mark David), 1960-
Affirming Catholicism
Atta-Bafoe, Victor R. (Victor Reginald)
Barton, John, 1948-
Cameron, Gregory (Gregory Kenneth), 1959-
Franklin, R. William (Ralph William), 1947-
Goddard, Andrew (Andrew John), 1967-
McPartlan, Paul
Methuen, Charlotte (Charlotte Mary), 1964-
Wilson, Kenneth
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Covenants - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Covenant
Anglican Communion - 21st century
Conciliar theory - Anglican Communion
Conciliar theory - Catholic Church - History
Lambeth Quadrilateral
Christianity and culture - Anglican Communion - 21st century
Anglican Covenant - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of West Africa
Anglican Covenant - Religious aspects - Catholic Church
Anglican Communion - Structure
Covenants - Religious aspects - Methodist Church
Covenants - Biblical teaching
ISBN
0-567-03253-1 (pbk.)
978-0-567-03253-9 (pbk.)
Call Number
BX 5005 C47 2008
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Anglican Executive Officer

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6190
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 5
Corporate Author
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Place
[Saffron Walden, Eng.]
Publisher
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
11 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
Cover title.
At head of cover: confidential.
"An important sector of my work, these three and a half years, has been the exploration of this new office, its usefulness and its needs. I'm sure that none who supported the proposal at Lambeth, 1958, would have felt able to give more than a partial job description, at best. .... It was understood, I felt, that one of my first duties must be to explore what was required and what was appropriate, if the hopes of the bishops were to be fulfilled. What I now present is is the result of that exploration, at least as far as specific recommendations for the next stage in the development of this office, and the reasons for them. I add four prefatory notes. First, this paper should be read in conjunction with the parallel proposals on the structure of the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Second I would hope that it might be read as having the least possible personal reference to myself. .... The third comment is really only to underline the word 'appropriate' as used two paragraphs before. .... Finally, I believe it is not yet possible to think of the Executive Officer as a position rather than a person." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr. -- I: Questions -- II: Summary / Stephen F. Bayne, Jr.
Note printed on verso of t.-p.: "N.B. This document is confidential, until released by the Executive Officer. It is intended for circulation and discussion by the members of the Lambeth Consultative Body and the Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy, and such advisory and other persons only as are designated to receive it. It has no official standing or authority save as may be given it by appropriate action. Its use for general public discussion is not authorized".
Series
ACMS 63/5
Added Entry
Bayne, Stephen F. (Stephen Fielding), 1908-1974
Subjects
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Government
Advisory Council on Missionary Strategy. Executive Officer
Lambeth Consultative Body. Executive Officer
Anglican Consultative Council. Executive Officer - History
Call Number
BV 2500 A96 no. 5
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglicanism : a global communion

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8102
Publication Date
c1998
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 A55 1998
Place
New York NY
Publisher
Church Publishing
Publication Date
c1998
Physical_Description
xx, 416 p. ; 23.3 x 14.7 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Edited by Andrew Wingate, Kevin Ward, Carrie Pemberton [and] Wilson Sitshebo".
Foreword by George L. Carey the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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 five main sections: "The Church in worship, spirituality and theology" -- 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 include: 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 include: 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 include: 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 / 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 include: An Anglican view of ecological issues in the Australian context / Christabel Chamarette -- Minority ethnic Anglicans in Britain / Glynne Gordon-Carter -- A South Africa 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 (imablu) 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 include: 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.
Contributors include two Canadians: Joyce Carlson and Gordon Light.
Added Entry
Wingate, Andrew (Andrew David Carlile), 1944-
Pemberton, Carrie
Sitshebo, Wilson T. (Wilson Timothy), 1952-2008
Ward, Kevin, 1947-
Centre for Anglican Communion Studies (CEFACS)
Abu El-Assal, Riah (Riah Hanna), 1937-
Adogame, Afe, 1964-
Anderson, Allan
Andre, Georges Titre
Aruldoss, J.
Bam, Brigalia H. (Brigalia Hlophe), 1933-
Blackett, Harcourt
Carlson, Joyce Clouston, 1949-
Carter, Richard A. (Richard Anthony), 1959-
Chamarette, Christabel, 1948-
Chandran, J. Russell (Joshua Russell), 1918-2000
Clutterbuck, Diane, 1952-
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
de Waal, Esther
Deen, Pervez
Deen, Rina
Deuchar, Andrew (Andrew Gilchrist), 1955-
Gakuru, Griphus, 1959-
Gordon-Carter, Glynne (Glynne Elizabeth Patricia), 1942-
Heath. Martin
Hind, John (John William), 1945-
Hollingsworth, Paula
Horne, Martha
Jamieson, Penny (Penelope Ann Bansall), 1942-
Kasibante, Amos (Amos Sebadduka), 1954-
Kater, John L. (John Luther), 1941-
Keetile, James GaOfenngwe
Koshiishi, Samuel Isamu
Kroll, Una, 1925-
Kwok, Pui-lan, 1952-
Lande, Aasulv
Lawes, Barbara
Lewis, Harold T. (Harold Thomas), 1947-
Light, Gordon S. (Gordon Stanley), 1944-
Lipp-Nathaniel, Julie (Julie Christiane), 1941-
Macdonald, Lesley
Maraschin, Jaci C. (Jaci Correia), 1929-2009
Marks, Edward Saw
Minchin, James
Mokuku, Philip (Philip Stanley), 1935-
Mombo, Esther, 1957-
Mumbi, Robert
Musindi, Beatrice (Beatrice Nambuya Balibali), 1964-
Naish, Tim (Timothy James Neville), 1957-
Nazir-Ali, Michael (Michael James), 1949-
Ndriamahafahana, J. Bruno
Ndungane, W.H. Njongonkulu (Winston Hugh Njongonkulu), 1941-
Newman, Las
Ngewu, Livingstone Lubabalo, 1950-2012
Nikkel, Marc R., 1950-2000
Njiri, Edith Njoki
Nkoane, Martha
Okeke, Ken (Ken Sandy Edozio), 1941-
Okorocha, Cyril C. (Cyril Chukwunonyerem), 1948-
Oliver de Wallis, Helena
Omoyajowo, Akin
Ong, Eddie
Pato, Luke Lungile, 1949-
Peiris, Jayasiri
Pirouet, Louise (Margaret Mary Louise), 1928-2012
Pobee, John S. (John Samuel), 1937-
Poon, Michael (Michael Nai-Chiu)
Premasagar, P. Victor (Peddi Victor), 1927-2005
Price, Peter (Peter Bryan), 1944-
Rao, Krupaveni Prakasha
Raumati, Tiki
Rumalshah, Mano (Munawar Kenneth), 1941-
Selvanayagam, Israel, 1951-
Storr, Fannie H.
Swartz, Oswald
Thompson, Sally
Vincer, Louise
Wild, Emma
Williams, Trevor
Witts, Diana (Diana Katharine), 1936-2006
Yang, Jeremiah Guen Seok
Subjects
Anglican Communion
Salvation - Anglican Communion
Christianity and other religions - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - History
Women clergy - Church of England
Death - Zimbabwe
Death - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Pentecostalism - Africa
Pentecostalism - Anglican Communion
Indigenous peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Monasticism and religious orders, Anglican - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Melanesian Brotherhood
Spirituality - Celtic Church
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Church of the Province of Uganda
Inclusive language - Anglican Communion
Liturgical renewal - Anglican Communion
Evangelism - Church of the Province of Myanmar
Spirituality - Episcopal Church of The Sudan
Sudan - Politics and government - 1985-
Christianity and culture - Anglican Communion
Christianity and culture - Africa
Maori (New Zealand people) - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East. Diocese of Jerusalem
Church of the Province of Nigeria - History
African independent churches - Nigeria
Church of the Province of Congo
Church of South India
Church of England. Archbishop of Canterbury
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Europe
Exchange of persons programs - Anglican Communion
Youth - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Ministry - Episcopal Church
Total ministry - Episcopal Church
Black Episcopalians
African-Americans - Religious aspects
Afro-American Episcopalians
Multiculturalism - Canada
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - South America
Anglican Church of Australia
Anglicans, French-speaking
Church of the Province of Congo. Diocese of Shaba
Theological education - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Theological seminaries - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Province of the Anglican Church in South East Asia. Diocese of West Malaysia
Anglican Communion - Relations - Church of South India
Church of the Province of Southern Africa - 20th century
Church of the Province of Southern Africa - Structure
Ecology - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Australia
Minorities - Great Britain
Minorities - Religious aspects - Church of England
Black Anglicans - Church of England
Homosexuality - South Africa
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence against women - Scotland
Violence against women - Religious aspects - Scottish Episcopal Church
Church and state - Lesotho - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Lesotho - Politics and government
Violence against women - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Kenya
Structural adjustment (Economic policy) - Zambia
Economic justice - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Christianity and culture - Church of the Province of Uganda
Christianity and culture - Uganda
Sex - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Youth - Madagascar
Youth - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean
Christianity and culture - Caribbean Area
Polygamy - Africa
Polygamy - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Kenya
Women in the Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Refugees - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Refugees - Sudan
Women's rights - India
Women in the Church of South India
Christians - Pakistan
Christianity and other religions - Islam - Church of Pakistan
Church of Pakistan
Health - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Healing - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Missions, Medical - Anglican Communion
Children - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Women in the Church of the Province of the Congo
Corrymeela Community
Violence - Ireland
Dalits - Religious aspects - Christianity
Education - Religious aspects - Church of North India
St. John's College (Agra, India)
Church of Bangladesh
Christianity and culture - Church in Wales
World Conference on Mission and Evangelism (1996 : Salvador, Brazil)
Christianity and other religions - Islam - Church of the Province of West Africa
Evangelism - Anglican Communion
Indigenous peoples - Argentina
Indigenous peoples - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America
Church of Ceylon
Christianity and other religions - Buddhism - Church of Ceylon
Christianity and other religions - Hinduism - Church of Ceylon
Christianity and other religions - Sri Lanka
Christianity and other religions - Hinduism - Church of South India
Women - Africa
Women - South Africa
Theological education - United States
Theological education - Episcopal Church
Ordination of women - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Ordination of women - Anglican Communion
Priesthood - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Priesthood - Anglican Communion
Ministry - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Church of the Province of Uganda - 20th century
Holy Catholic Church in Japan (Nippon Sei Ko Kai) - 20th century
Monasticism and religious orders, Anglican
Mothers' Union - Anglican Communion
Poverty - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Poverty - South Africa
Poverty - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
Hong Kong - Relations - China
Missions - Societies, etc. - Anglican Communion
Anglican Church of Korea
ISBN
0-89869-304-7 (pbk.)
Call Number
BX 5005 A55 1998
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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