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The Anglican church today :rediscovering the middle way

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Author
Walker, Peter (Peter Knight), 1919-2010
Publication Date
c1988
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 W27 1988
Author
Walker, Peter (Peter Knight), 1919-2010
Place
London
Publisher
Mowbray
Publication Date
c1988
Physical_Description
164 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Peter Knight Walker".
Series "Editor: Richard Holloway, Bishop of Edinburgh". -- Cover.
Includes bibliographical references and bibliography: p. 158-164.
The author wrote this book to keep "alive in the Church of England of today the spirit of George Kennedy Allen Bell. archbishop's chaplain at Lambeth 1914-24, Dean of Canterbury 1924-29, episcopal secretary of the Lambeth Conference of 1930, for twenty-nine years Bishop of Chichester, life president of the World Council of Churches, the thirtieth anniversary of whose death falls just after the Lambeth Conference 1988. Bell's life expresses for me pre-eminently an Anglican vocation; one man's pilgrimage, often lonely, on the distinctively anglican 'middle way'." -- p. 3.
Contents divided into four main sections: I: Pointers to an Anglicanism -- II: By way of Bell -- III: A rediscovery ? -- IV: Envoi.
Contents: Series Foreword by The Archbishop of Canterbury dated Lambeth Palace, September 1986 / Robert Cantuar i.e. Runcie -- Acknowledgements -- Pointers to an Anglicanism -- I: Cri de coeur for an Anglicanism -- The formation of an Anglican: George Kennedy Allen Bell -- The signs of a new age: Fenton John Anthony Hort -- II: By way of Bell -- Bell: dogmatic and pastoral -- Bell: Christianity and the social order -- Bell: ecumenical relations -- Bell: mission and ministry -- III: A rediscovery ? -- Looking for the heart of the matter -- An impasse -- Toward a liberation -- The others -- in God's mercy -- IV: Envoi -- Appendix I: From G.K.A. Bell, 'The Modern Parson' (SCM, 1928), 130-133 -- Appendix II: General Synod of the Church of England: 3 July 1983: Debate on The Historic Resources of the Church of England: a Report by the Church Commissioners (GS 563) -- References -- Bibliography.
Series
Mowbray's Lambeth series
Subjects
Bell, George Allen Kennedy, 1883-1958
Anglican Communion
Church of England - 20th century
Hort, Fenton John Anthony, 1828-1892
ISBN
0-264-67101-5
Call Number
BX 5005 W27 1988
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Anglican church today : the future of Anglicanism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog342
Author
Whale, John, 1931-2008
Publication Date
c1988
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 W49 1988
Author
Whale, John, 1931-2008
Place
London
Publisher
Mowbray
Publication Date
c1988
Physical_Description
v, 102 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] John Whale".
"Editor: Richard Holloway, Bishop of Edinburgh". -- cover.
Includes bibliography ( p. 96-97) and index..
"This book considers the three main tendencies of Anglicanism (Evangelism, Catholicism and the Middle Way). After looking at doctrine, priesthood, episcopacy, establishment, politics, internationalism, ecumenism and comprehensiveness, it predicts that all three tendencies will survive and may be joined by others. The conclusions and pointers will often be found controversial. But the author believes that `Anglicanism will remain a loose international conglomerate of Christians believing many different things. Its unity will be constantly strained: its members will be constantly tempted to disunity, but not above what most of them are able to bear. Anglicanism has the experience of containing differences, the tolerance of theological adventurousness, the confidence and prestige born of long existence, to carry this off. And truth, that elusive commodity made up of as many parts as matter itself, will be served as a result'." -- Back cover.
Contents: Series Foreword by The Archbishop of Canterbury dated Lambeth Palace, September 1986 / Robert Cantuar i.e. Runcie -- Diversity -- Doctrine -- Antiquity -- Priesthood -- Episcopacy -- Establishment -- Politics -- Internationalism -- Ecumenism -- Comprehensiveness -- Bibliography -- Index.
Series
Mowbray's Lambeth series
Subjects
Anglican Communion
Anglicanism
Church of England - 20th century
Anglican Communion - Parties and movements
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Anglican Communion - Clergy
Priesthood - Anglican Communion
Ordination of women - Anglican Communion - History
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Church and state - Church of England
Christianity and politics - Church of England
Christianity and international affairs - Anglican Communion
Ecumenical movement - Anglican Communion - 20th century
ISBN
0-264-67127-9
Call Number
BX 5005 W49 1988
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Anglican Communion : a survey

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8664
Author
Wand, J.W.C. (John William Charles), 1885-1977
Publication Date
1948
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 W35 1948
Author
Wand, J.W.C. (John William Charles), 1885-1977
Place
London
Publisher
Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press
Publication Date
1948
Physical_Description
xiii, 353 p. : fold. map ; 22 x 13.5 cm
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by J.W.C. Wand, D.D., Bishop of London, Formerly Archbishop of Brisbane".
Includes bibliographical references, p. 337-343.
"The purpose of this book is to offer a survey of the whole Anglican Communion. A short time ago Canon McLeod Campbell, in his fascinating 'Christian History in the Making', traced the history of that Communion in the course of its formation. We wish to take up the story where he left it, and to present a bird's-eye view of the finished product, or at least of that product at the stage of development it has reached to-day. It is hoped that the publication will at least be found timely. The meetings of the Lambeth Conference have always been important since their inception in 1867. .... Also it should help the various branches of the Anglican Communion to know each other better. Such knowledge is all too obviously lacking at the moment. .... The following survey should thus lead to a more exact and widespread knowledge of what the Anglican Communion us. There will be some gain if it is no longer confused with the Church of England. It includes the Church, but is not identical with it." -- Intro., p. vii.
Contents: Introduction / the Bishop of London i.e. J.W.C. Wand -- The Church of England and its Offshoots / the Very Rev. R. H. Malden, Dean of Wells -- The Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A. / the Rt. Rev. Edward L. Parsons, formerly Bishop of California -- The Church of England in Canada and Newfoundland / the Most Rev. Philip Carrington, Archbishop of Quebec -- The Church of India, Burma and Ceylon / the Rt. Rev. Stephen Neill, formerly Bishop of Tinnevelly -- The Church of the Province of South Africa / the Most Rev. J.R. Darbyshire, Archbishop of Cape Town -- The Church of England in Australia and Tasmania / the Rt. Rev. F. de W. Batty, Bishop of Newcastle, New South Wales -- The Church of the Province of New Zealand / the Most Rev. C.W. West-Watson, Archbishop of New Zealand -- The Anglican Communion in the Far East / the Rev. Michael Bruce, formerly Assistant Chaplain of Shanghai Cathedral an Secretary of the S.C.M. in China -- The Church of the Province of the West Indies / the Rt. Rev. John Dauglish, formerly Bishop of Nassau -- The Mediterranean and the Near and Middle East / Rev. W.A. Wigram, D.D. -- Tropical Africa / the Rev. R.W. Stopford, formerly Principal of Achimota College -- The East Indies / the Rt. Rev. B.C. Roberts, formerly Bishop of Singapore -- The Disestablished Home Churches / the Rev. C.B. Moss, D.D. -- The Mission of the Church of England / the Rev. Roger Lloyd, Canon of Winchester -- Summary and Conclusion / the Bishop of London i.e. J.W.C. Wand -- Bibliography -- Index -- Map of the Overseas Dioceses of the Anglican Communion.
Map entitled "Overseas Dioceses of the Anglican Communion 1945" includes note: "The accompanying map is reproduced, by permission of the author and the Missionary Council of the Church Assembly, from 'Church History in the Making' by Canon J. MacLeod Campbell (Press and Publications Board of the Church Assembly, 1946). The list shows all dioceses (excluding British Isles and U.S.A.) existing at the end of 1947".
Added Entry
Batty, Francis de Witt, 1879-1961
Bruce, Michael, 1908-1971
Carrington, Philip, 1892-1975
Darbyshire, John Russell, 1880-1948
Dauglish, John, 1879-1952
Lloyd, Roger Bradshaigh, 1901-1966
Malden, Richard Henry 1879 -1951
Moss, Claude Beaufort, 1888-1964
Neill, Stephen (Stephen Charles), 1900-1984
Parsons, Edward L. (Edward Lambe), 1868-1960
Roberts, Basil Coleby, 1887-1957
Stopford, Robert Wright, 1901-1976
West-Watson, Campbell West, 1877-1953
Wigram, William Ainger, 1872-1953
Subjects
Anglican Communion - 20th century
Church of England - History
Church of England - 20th century
Episcopal Church - Government
Episcopal Church - History - 20th century
Episcopal Church - Structure
Anglican Church of Canada - Government
Anglican Church of Canada - History - 20th century
Anglican Church of Canada - Structure
Church of India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon - History
Church of India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon - Government
Church of India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon - Structure
Church of the Province of Southern Africa - History
Church of the Province of Southern Africa - Structure
Church of the Province of Southern Africa - Government
Anglican Church of Australia - History
Anglican Church of Australia - Government
Anglican Church of Australia - Structure
Church of the Province of New Zealand - History
Church of the Province of New Zealand - Government
Church of the Province of New Zealand - Structure
Anglican Communion - Asia - History
Holy Catholic Church in China - History
Holy Catholic Church in China - Government
Holy Catholic Church in China - Structure
Holy Catholic Church in Japan - History - 20th century
Anglican Church of Korea - History - 20th century
Church in the Province of the West Indies - History
Church in the Province of the West Indies - Structure
Jerusalem Archbishopric - History
Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East - History
Anglican Communion - Africa - History
Province of the Anglican Church in South East Asia - History
Scottish Episcopal Church - History
Scottish Episcopal Church - Structure
Church of Ireland - History
Church of Ireland - Structure
Church in Wales - History
Church in Wales - Structure
Mission of the church - Church of England
Call Number
BX 5005 W35 1948
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglicanism in history and today

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6413
Author
Wand, J.W.C. (John William Charles), 1885-1977
Publication Date
c1961
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 W36 1961
Author
Wand, J.W.C. (John William Charles), 1885-1977
Place
London
Publisher
Weidenfeld and Nicolson
Publication Date
c1961
Physical_Description
xiv, 265 p., [16] ll. of plates : ill., ports ; 24.7 x 15.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] J.W.C. Wand, Former Bishop of London".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-253) and index.
"A few months before he died Dr. Garbett, then Archbishop of York, expressed the hope that I would write a book 'in praise of the Church of England'. .... Owing to other literary commitments it was impossible at the time to comply with his suggestion. Later, however, I was invited to lecture on Anglicanism in Ireland, Canada, USA and to various clerical bodies in England. The lectures were delivered ex tempore and in anything but literary form. When, however, the present publishers asked for a volume on the Anglican Communion for their new series, it seemed that it might be worth while to build on the basis of these lectures and so at least fulfil the request of one's old friend and colleague. It will be noted that the subject as now treated covers a far wider area than the Church of England. Indeed, one of the points we shall have to notice is the changing position of our national Church in relation to the whole Anglican Communion. But the subject is wider in another sense. One would like to treat the Idea of Anglicanism in much the same way as Newman dealt with the Idea of a Universality, regarding the institution as the embodiment of an ideal, a spirit, a 'weltanschauung'. .... This must also be the excuse if it is complained, as it may well be, that the book is too English. The fact is that for good or ill the Anglican Communion is too English. The fact is that for good or ill the Anglican Communion does still reflect the prevailing influence of its British origins. That it may not always continue to do so, one may believe and even hope. The signs of change are already with us. After all, is not the Executive Officer of the whole Anglican Communion an American Bishop ?" -- Preface.
Contents divided into three main parts: Part I: Organization -- Part II: Development of Thought -- Part III: Activities.
Contents: Table of Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Preface dated St. Paul's 1961 / J.W.C. Wand -- Introduction -- Part I: Organization -- Historical Turning Points -- Its Sister Churches -- Faith -- A Way of Life --Part II: Development of Thought -- The Historic Parties -- Modern Liberalism -- Hey-Day of Anglo Catholicism -- Rise of Ecumenism -- Part III: Activities -- Institutions and Societies -- Religious Communities -- The Parson in His Pulpit -- The Parson in His Parish -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
Series
History of religion
Subjects
Anglican Communion - 20th century
Anglican Communion - History
Church of England - 20th century
Church of England - History
Call Number
BX 5005 W36 1961
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Apocalypse : what does God say ?

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6446
Author
Montefiore, Hugh William, 1920-2005
Publication Date
1976
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 115 W6 M63 1976
Author
Montefiore, Hugh William, 1920-2005
Place
London
Publisher
Southwark Cathedral Publications
Publication Date
1976
Physical_Description
35 p. ; 20.5 x 14.7 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[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 [1976] 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 ?
Subjects
Church and the world - Church of England
Church and social problems - Church of England
Social justice - Church of England
Economics - Religious aspects - Church of England
Ecology - Religious aspects - Church of England
Nuclear energy - Religious aspects - Church of England
Church of England - 20th century
Call Number
BR 115 W6 M63 1976
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The becoming church

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog745
Author
Adair, John Eric, 1934-
Publication Date
1977
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5131.2 A3 1977
Author
Adair, John Eric, 1934-
Place
London
Publisher
SPCK
Publication Date
1977
Physical_Description
x, 244 p. ; 22.2 x 14.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] John Adair".
"Foreword by the Archbishop of Canterbury".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-238) and index.
The author "ventures to look boldly into the future. He would assume the mantle of a futurologist -- 'What will the Church be like in ten years' time ? What ought the Church to become by then ?' These are no easy questions to answer. Theological, historical, sociological, political, creative perspectives must be all be in given their place in seeking clues. There is the unpredictability of the open seas, and the Church must not seek the comfort and predictability of the well-girt harbour". -- Foreword.
"The Church of England, like all Churches, is experiencing the effects of a variety of changes in its social, cultural, and economic environment, It is not in the grip of a single crisis in the sense that it is passing a decisive turning point in its life. Rather, it is a process of developing or becoming in relation to a perception of its environment which includes a sense of God at work in, through, and for the secular order. The full implications of that theological revelation in outlook, which has influenced both the direction of Western society and the Churches within it, have yet to be worked out in the organizational life of the Church. That is what this book is about". -- Intro.
Contents: Foreword / Donald Cantuar i.e. Donald Coggan, Archbishop of Canterbury -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Looking at the Christian Church -- Church in Decline -- Like a Mighty Army: the Laity -- The Corps of Ordained Clergy -- The Parish System -- The Pastoral Ministry -- Church Leadership -- Further Training: a Change Agent -- Members at Work -- Church and Society -- An Alternative Church ? -- Morale -- Select Bibliography -- Index.
Subjects
Church of England - Controversial literature
Church - Church of England
Church of England - Doctrines
Church of England - 20th century
Church of England - Forecasting
Church of England - Structure
ISBN
0-281-02964-4
Call Number
BX 5131.2 A3 1977
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Celebrating the Anglican Way

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog2570
Publication Date
c1996
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5005 B8 C4 1996
Place
London
Publisher
Hodder and Stoughton
Publication Date
c1996
Physical_Description
256 p. : ill. ; 23.4 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Edited by Ian Bunting".
Includes bibliography ( p. 247) and index.
Contents divided into five main parts.
Contents: Authors -- Introduction / Ian Bunting --Celebrating the Anglican Way / George Carey -- Part 1: Believing the Anglican Way -- 1. The Anglican Character / Stephen Sykes -- 2. Church and society / John Habgood -- 3. Anglican belief / Bruce Kaye -- 4. A worldwide communion / Michael Nazir-Ali -- Part 2: Belonging in the Anglican Church -- 5. Anglican origins and ethos / Elizabeth Culling -- 6. The Anglican way of worship / Michael Vasey -- 7. Word and sacrament / Philip Seddon -- 8. Churchmanship / Jonathan Baker -- Part 3: Following the Anglican Way -- 9. Praying our way through life / Graham Piggott -- 10. Sharing our faith in the world / Amiel Osmaston and Alison White -- 11. Care and change in our society / Lawrence Osbern -- Part 4: Appreciating Anglican structures -- 12. Orders and officers of the church / David Sceats -- 13. Church government / Michael Botting -- 14. Church buildings / Richard and Sarah Burton -- Part 5: The Way Ahead -- 15. The Anglican future / Ian Bunting -- 16. Praying with the church -- Further reading -- Acknowledgements -- Index.
Colophon: Designed and typeset by Kenneth Burnley at Typograph, Irby, Wirral, Cheshire. Printed and bound in Great Britain by Mackays of Chatham PLC, Chatham, Kent.
OTCH Note: The essay "Orders and officers of the church" is particularly useful for brief histories and descriptions of individuals and bodies such as: all orders of clergy (bishop, priest, deacon), parish, deanery, diocese, etc.
Added Entry
Baker, Jonathan (Jonathan William), 1961-
Botting, Michael (Michael Hugh), 1925-2018
Bunting, Ian (Ian David), 1933-
Burton, Richard (Richard Peter), 1956-
Burton, Sarah
Hoare, ELizabeth (Elizabeth Ann Culling), 1958-
Habgood, John Staplyton, 1927-2019
Kaye, Bruce (Bruce Norman), 1939-
Nazir-Ali, Michael (Michael James), 1949-
Osborn, Lawrence
Osmaston, Amiel (Amiel Mary Ellinor), 1951-
Pigott, Graham (Graham John), 1944-
Sceats, David (David Douglas), 1946-
Seddon, Philip (Philip James), 1945-
Sykes, Stephen W. (Stephen Whitefield), 1939-2014
Vasey, Michael (Michael Richard), 1946-1998
White, Alison (Alison Mary), 1956-
Subjects
Anglicanism
Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - 20th century
Church of England - 20th century
Church of England - History
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Church and the world - Anglican Communion
Social justice - Anglican Communion
Worship - Anglican Communion
Liturgy - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Parties and movements
Prayer - Anglican Communion
Evangelism - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Government
Anglican Communion - Structure
Anglican Communion - Clergy - Office
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Ordination of women - Anglican Communion
Church and state - Church of England
Church of England - Government
Churches - Church of England
Church buildings - Church of England
ISBN
0-340-64268-8
Call Number
BX 5005 B8 C4 1996
Copies
2 copies
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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A Charter for the Church : sharing a vision for the 21st century

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog2130
Author
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
Publication Date
c1993
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 759 C36 1993
Author
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
Place
Harrisburg PA
Publisher
Morehouse Publishing
Publication Date
c1993
Physical_Description
xiv, 234 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] George Carey".
Text of 32 addresses and short sermons delivered 1991-1992 on a wide range of subjects.
No index.
"The addresses and sermons assembled in this book were all designed for particular gatherings of people -- ranging from congregations in English cities to political assemblies in the Council of Europe. .... This book contains only a sample of a constant outpouring of addresses and excludes contributions made in media interviews and newspaper articles. It is not therefore a fully representative cross section of my ministry, but it does show the great variety of issues with which I engage as Archbishop of Canterbury at a time of challenge in the Church and the wider society, both at home and abroad". -- Preface.
Contents divided into three main sections: Values in a Confused World -- Mission in a Questioning World -- Challenges Facing a Changing World.
Contents: Preface / George Cantuar i.e. George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury -- Introduction / Richard Holloway -- Prologue: Enthronement -- Christianity and the New Europe -- Education: Commitment, Co-operation, Challenge -- Do We Need God to be Good ? -- Universities: The Grit in the Oyster -- Industry: Burying its Talents ? -- Not to be Served, But to Serve -- God, Goodness and Justice -- The Spirit of Charity -- Trust in the People: Democracy and the Christian Faith -- Unity and Diversity -- Human Rights in Europe -- Church Planting: A Tool for Mission -- The Challenge of Renewal -- Evangelism: The Glory of God -- Hope for the Homeless -- The Church's Priorities -- Who Do You Say I Am ? -- Healing in a Broken World -- Decoding the Decade -- A Charter for the Church -- The Gospel as Public Truth -- Affirming Catholicism -- The Ordination of Women -- Christ Our Peace -- Jerusalem: Mission and Joy -- Unity with Roman Catholics -- Multi-Faith Worship -- Taize: A Lesson in Simplicity -- European Co-operation -- Anglican-Roman Catholic Relations: The Fullness of Truth -- Epilogue: Pressing Toward God's Future.
Subjects
Christianity - Great Britain - 20th century - Sermons
Church of England - Sermons
Anglican Communion - Sermons
Sermons, English
Christians - Europe
Church schools - Church of England
Christian education - Church of England
Christian ethics - Church of England
Universities and colleges - Great Britain
Church and industry - Church of England
Business - Religious aspects - Church of England
Good and evil - Church of England
Charities - Great Britain
Charities - Religious aspects - Church of England
Christianity and politics - Church of England
Democracy - Religious aspects - Church of England
Nationalism - Religious aspects - Church of England
Human rights - Europe
Church planting - Church of England
Church growth - Church of England
Evangelism - Church of England
Church renewal - Church of England
Homelessness - Religious aspects - Church of England
Church of England - 20th century
Decade of Evangelism - Church of England
Mission of the church - Church of England
Affirming Catholicism
Anglo-Catholics - Church of England
Ordination of women - Church of England
Jerusalem - Religious aspects - Church of England
Middle East - Religious aspects - Church of England
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Interfaith worship - Church of England
Christianity and other religions - Anglican Communion
Taize Community
Communaute de Taize
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Anglican Communion
Future - Religious aspects - Church of England
ISBN
0-8192-1612-7 (pbk)
Call Number
BR 759 C36 1993
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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A Charter for the Church : sharing a vision for the 21st century

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8356
Author
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
Publication Date
c1993
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 759 C36 1993
Author
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
Place
Harrisburg PA
Publisher
Morehouse Publishing
Publication Date
c1993
Physical_Description
xiv, 234 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] George Carey".
No index.
"The addresses and sermons assembled in this book were all designed for particular gatherings of people -- ranging from congregations in English cities to political assemblies in the Council of Europe. .... This book contains only a sample of a constant outpouring of addresses and excludes contributions made in media interviews and newspaper articles. It is not therefore a fully representative cross section of my ministry, but it does show the great variety of issues with which I engage as Archbishop of Canterbury at a time of challenge in the Church and the wider society, both at home and abroad". -- Preface.
Contents divided into three main sections: Values in a Confused World -- Mission in a Questioning World -- Challenges Facing a Changing World.
Contents: Preface / George Cantuar i.e. George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury -- Introduction / Richard Holloway -- Prologue: Enthronement -- Values in a Confused World -- 1. Christianity and the New Europe -- 2. Education: Commitment, Co-operation, Challenge -- 3. Do We Need God to be Good ? -- 4. Universities: The Grit in the Oyster -- 5. Industry: Burying its Talents ? -- 6. Not to be Served, But to Serve -- 7. God, Goodness and Justice -- 8. The Spirit of Charity -- . Trust in the People: Democracy and the Christian Faith -- 10. Unity and Diversity: On Being European -- 11. Human Rights in Europe -- Mission in a Questioning World -- 12. Church Planting: A Tool for Mission -- 13. The Challenge of Renewal -- 14. Evangelism: The Glory of God -- 15. Hope for the Homeless -- 16. The Church's Priorities -- 17. Who Do You Say I Am ? -- 18. Healing in a Broken World -- 19. Decoding the Decade -- 20. A Charter for the Church -- 21. The Gospel as Public Truth -- Challenges Facing a Changing World -- 22. Affirming Catholicism -- 23. The Ordination of Women -- 24. Christ Our Peace -- 25. Jerusalem: Mission and Joy -- 26. Unity with Roman Catholics -- 27. Multi-Faith Worship -- 28. Taize: A Lesson in Simplicity --29. European Co-operation -- 30. Anglican-Roman Catholic Relations: The Fullness of Truth -- Epilogue: Pressing Toward God's Future.
Subjects
Christianity - Great Britain - 20th century - Sermons
Church of England - Sermons
Anglican Communion - Sermons
Sermons, English
Christians - Europe
Church schools - Church of England
Christian education - Church of England
Christian ethics - Church of England
Universities and colleges - Great Britain
Church and industry - Church of England
Business - Religious aspects - Church of England
Good and evil - Church of England
Charities - Great Britain
Charities - Religious aspects - Church of England
Christianity and politics - Church of England
Democracy - Religious aspects - Church of England
Nationalism - Religious aspects - Church of England
Human rights - Europe
Church planting - Church of England
Church growth - Church of England
Evangelism - Church of England
Church renewal - Church of England
Homelessness - Religious aspects - Church of England
Church of England - 20th century
Decade of Evangelism - Church of England
Mission of the church - Church of England
Affirming Catholicism
Anglo-Catholics - Church of England
Ordination of women - Church of England
Jerusalem - Religious aspects - Church of England
Middle East - Religious aspects - Church of England
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Interfaith worship - Church of England
Christianity and other religions - Anglican Communion
Taize Community
Communaute de Taize
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Anglican Communion
Future - Religious aspects - Church of England
ISBN
0-8192-1612-7 (pbk)
Call Number
BR 759 C36 1993
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Christian freedom in a permissive society

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Author
Robinson, John A.T. (John Arthur Thomas), 1919-1983
Publication Date
1970
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BJ 1251 R62
Author
Robinson, John A.T. (John Arthur Thomas), 1919-1983
Place
London
Publisher
SCM Press
Publication Date
1970
Physical_Description
xii, 244 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] John A.T. Robinson".
"First published 1970 by SCM Press Ltd".
Includes bibliographical references.
"Ever since it served as a chapter heading in 'Honest to God' 'the new morality' has been a household phrase. For most people it suggests permissiveness -- or worse. But Dr. Robinson was pleading for a criterion of response and responsibility far more searching than that of code morality, as his subsequent lectures 'Christian Morals Today' made clear. These lectures are reprinted in this book, which will take its place alongside his earlier essays 'On Being the Church in the World', now available a Pelican. The theme running through this new collection is the meaning of authentic Christian freedom in relation to the moral and political issues of our contemporary society and to the thinking and structures of the Church". -- back cover.
Contents: Introduction / John A.T. Robinson -- Acknowledgements -- On Being a Radical -- Christian Morals Today -- Abortion -- Obscenity and Maturity -- Mystique and Politique -- The Credibility Gap in Politics -- Liberation and Reconciliation -- The Mastery of Time -- The World That God Loves -- The Ecumenical Consequences of 'Humanae Vitae' -- Theological Freedom and Social Responsibility -- The Next Frontiers for Theology and the Church -- Meeting, Membership and Ministry -- The Church of England and Intercommunion -- Let the Liturgy be Free ! -- A Church Truly Free -- Staying or Getting Out -- Not Radical Enough ? -- Farewell to the Sixties.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by Northumberland Press Ltd, Gateshead.
Subjects
Christian ethics
Christian ethics - Church of England
Liberty - Religious aspects - Christianity
Church and the world - Church of England - 20th century
Abortion - Great Britain
Abortion - Moral and ethical aspects
Censorship - Great Britain
Censorship - Religious aspects - Church of England
Pornography - Great Britain
Pornography - Religious aspects - Church of England
Christianity and politics - Great Britain
Christianity and politics - Church of England
Liturgical renewal - Church of England - 20th century
Catholic Church. Pope, 1963-1978 (Paulus VI) Humanae vitae (29 July 1968)
Church of England - 20th century
Church membership - Church of England - Statistics
Ecumenical movement - Church of England - 20th century
Intercommunion - Church of England
Church of England - Parties and movements - 20th century
ISBN
334-00186-2
Call Number
BJ 1251 R62
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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