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Anglican-Moravian conversations : the Fetter Lane Common Statement with essays in Moravian and Anglican history

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog3265
Publication Date
1996
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BX 5129.8 M6 A64 1996
Place
London
Publisher
Council for Christian Unity of the General Synod of the Church of England
Publication Date
1996
Physical_Description
106 p. : 2 maps ; 21 x 14.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"GS 1202".
At head of title: The Church of England and The Moravian Church in Great Britain and Ireland.
"Essays in Anglican and Moravian History by Colin Podmore".
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: The Fetter Lane Common Statement -- Essays in Moravian and Anglican History / Colin Podmore -- Appendices.
Contents of Fetter Lane Common Statement section: Foreword by the Co-Chairmen dated February 1996 / Geoffrey Birtill, Bishop of the Unitas Fratrum, and Peter Crediton i.e. Peter Coleman, Bishop of Crediton -- I. Our Shared Past and Present -- II. Our Common Calling to Full, Visible Unity -- III. What We Can Now Agree in Faith -- IV. The Ordained Ministry of the Church -- V. Apostolicity and Succession -- VI. Issues Still to be Faced -- VII. Our Common Future -- Participants in the Conversations.
Contents of Essays in Moravian and Anglican History section: Contents with Note dated December 1995 / Colin Podmore -- The Origins and Development of our Churches: The Church of England -- The Church of the Bohemian Brethren -- The Moravian Church -- The Unitas Fratrum and the Church of England.
Contents of Appendices: The Canberra Statement: The Unity of the Church as Koinonia: Gift and Calling -- The Office of Bishop in our Churches: Texts -- The International Structure of our Churches -- Anglican Dioceses and Moravian Congregations in England -- Provinces of the Moravian Church and Churches of the Anglican Communion.
Colophon: Printed in England by Cromwell Press, Melksham, Wiltshire.
Series
GS 1202
Occasional paper (Council for Christian Unity) ; no. 5
Added Entry
Church of England. Council for Christian Unity
Fetter Lane Statement
Moravian Church
Podmore, Colin (Colin John), 1960-
Birtill, Geoffrey, 1930-2004
Coleman, Peter (Peter Everard), 1928-2001
Canberra Statement
Subjects
Church of England - Relations - Moravian Church
Moravian Church - Relations - Church of England
Moravian Church - Great Britain - History
Ecumenical movement - Great Britain
Episcopacy - Church of England
Episcopacy - Moravian Church
Episcopacy and Christian union
ISBN
0-7151-5751-5
Call Number
BX 5129.8 M6 A64 1996
Location
OTCH
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Author
Bates, Stephen, 1954-
Journal
Tablet
Date
2003 July 19
Author
Bates, Stephen, 1954-
Journal
Tablet
Date
2003 July 19
Volume
257
Issue
8495
Page
9-11
Notes
"The Archbishop of Canterbury is fighting to hold the Church of England together. At the General Synod in York, he won a battle, but the row goes on". The author considers the facts of the appointment of Canon Jeffrey John, and his subsequent resignation, as Suffragan Bishop of Reading. He refers to the larger question of homosexuality within the Communion, mentioning the blessing of same sex unions in the diocese of New Westminster and the election of Canon Gene Robinson in New Hampshire. "In all this, the question of why is is homosexuality that should rack the Church is intriguing. It is the issue on which the evangelicals have rallied to their standard in a way they did not on any of the previously abandoned heights of orthodoxy, from slavery to borrowing money at interest to divorce. The answer seems to be that the issue is an easily explicable one to their followers, who are convinced of the scriptural and theological objections to homosexuality, and one which can therefore by guaranteed to secure a majority on one side of the argument. It is, in other words, an atavistic political tool". "The tactics in the row are interesting too. They are ones of threat: alternative oversight, withholding funding, schism. Some the Church of England has brought upon itself: alternative episcopal oversight was introduced a decade back to help reconcile churches which could not accept women's ordination without, perhaps, recognising that the principal of episcopal authority had thereby been comprehensively breached". "This is a Church where unity is currently prized more than integrity. Can it hold together a worldwide Communion -- more a confederation -- of 70 million people, some of whom believe that polygamy is acceptable but homosexuality is beyond the pale, and some of whom believe the reverse ? Should it even try to do so ?" "This is not a happy Church. And Catholic observers should not feel smug. It is a debate that is coming to the Catholic Church too".
See also "Anglican Tug-O--War" on p. 3.
See also "Dr. Williams seeks to hold his fractured Church together", pp. 28-29.
Subjects
John, Jeffrey (Jeffrey Philip Hywel), 1953-
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Church of England
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Gay clergy - Church of England
Gay clergy - Anglican Communion
Episcopacy - Church of England
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Alternative episcopal oversight - Church of England
Alternative episcopal oversight - Anglican Communion
Church of England - Parties and movements
Evangelicals - Church of England
Evangelicals - Anglican Communion
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Apostolicity and succession

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog2597
Publication Date
1994
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 670.2 C4A6 1994
Place
London
Publisher
General Synod of the Church of England
Publication Date
1994
Physical_Description
36 p. ; 21 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"GS Misc 432"
"House of Bishops Occasional Paper".
"Published 1994 by the General Synod of the Church of England. Copyright The Central Board of Finance of the Church of England 1994". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references.
Bibliography: pp. 35-36.
Paper prepared by "the Faith and Order Advisory Group, under the able chairmanship of the Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe [John Hind]" -- Preface
"The subject of apostolicity and succession was one which the House of Bishops identified as needing further work, following the debate of the Cameron Report, `Episcopal Ministry'" -- Preface
"This review is particularly topical in that questions of apostolicity and the episcopal succession lie at the heart of two of the major ecumenical dialogues involving Anglicans world-wide, those with the Lutheran churches and the Roman Catholic Church" -- Sec. 13, p. 4
Contents: Preface by the Archbishop of Canterbury / George Cantuar i.e. Carey -- Introduction -- The Apostolicity of the Church -- Signs of Apostolicity -- An Apostolic Ministry of Oversight in the Service of the Apostolicity of the Church -- Episcopacy and Succession -- Towards Greater Unity -- Bibliography.
Colophon: Printed in England by Rapier Press Limited.
Series
GS Misc 432
Added Entry
Church of England. House of Bishops
Hind, John (John William), 1945-
Subjects
Apostolic succession
Apostolic succession and Christian union
Apostolic succession - Church of England
Apostolic succession - Anglican Communion
Episcopacy - Church of England
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Episcopacy and Christian union
Anglican Communion - Clergy - Office
Call Number
BV 670.2 C4A6 1994
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Authority of a bishop

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Author
Halliburton, John (Robert John), 1935-2004
Publication Date
1987
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5176 H35 1987
Author
Halliburton, John (Robert John), 1935-2004
Place
London
Publisher
SPCK
Publication Date
1987
Physical_Description
viii, 104 p. ; 21.5 x 13.4 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] John Halliburton".
Bibliography: p. 101-102.
Includes bibliographical endnotes and index.
"Where is authority located in the Church of England ? Who decides how to react when tradition is challenged ? .... [The author] attempts to restate the theological and practical role of bishops, in relation to the clergy, laity, synods and councils, the Free Churches and the Roman Catholic Church. Until their position as leaders is clarified, the voice of the bishops in the common search for unity will be unconvincing, and the Anglican Church will be in danger of losing its identity". -- back cover.
Contents: Preface -- Introduction: Decision-making in a Divided Church -- The Bishops, Scripture and Tradition -- The Bishop's Counsel -- The Bishop's Council -- The Bishops and Ecumenism I: The Non-episcopal Churches -- The Bishops and Ecumenism II: The Roman Catholic Church -- Excursus I: The Origins of the Episcopate -- Excursus II: Episcopal Authority and the Ordination of Women -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
Colophon: Printed in Great Britain by Hollen Street Press Ltd, Slough.
Author is a Church of England priest, former member of the Church of England Doctrine Commission and consultant to the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission.
Subjects
Church of England - Bishops
Episcopacy - Church of England
Church of England - Bishops - Office
Authority - Religious aspects - Church of England
Episcopacy and Christian union
Ordination of women - Church of England
ISBN
0-281-04224-1
Call Number
BX 5176 H35 1987
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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BeLonging : challenge to a tribal church

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Author
Selby, Peter (Peter Stephen Maurice), 1941-
Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 600.2 S4B4 1991
Author
Selby, Peter (Peter Stephen Maurice), 1941-
Place
London
Publisher
SPCK
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
79 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Peter Selby.
"Unlike other human groups which define themselves by a model of kinship, members of the Church belong by virtue of adoption by a God who is free and unconstrained. The authors finds tribalism at work in the Church, a kind of 'old boy's network' which forms its tight-knit boundaries, not by flamboyant and obvious bigotry, but by a coolly argued defence of things as they are. In fact, this is disguised nepotism, a refusal to accept the Church as the adopted people of a generous God, and regarding it instead as a privileged tribe. This book shows in quite practical ways how these hidden assumptions can operate and is a prophetic call to a riskier version of broken boundaries and open acceptance". -- back cover.
Contents: Preface dated Southfields, London, Pentecost 1990 / Peter Selby -- Longing and Belonging -- An Ethnic Church ? -- A New People -- Children of Promise -- The Male Tribe -- Love Unmentioned -- The Elders of the Tribe -- The Power of Longing -- Belonging in God.
Author is the bishop of Kingston, a suffragan of the diocese of Durham.
Subjects
Church
Church - Church of England
Community (Religion) - Church of England
Racism - Religious aspects - Church of England
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Church of England
Church work with minorities - Church of England
Ethnic groups - Religious aspects - Church of England
Church membership - Church of England
Ordination of women - Church of England
Woman (Theology) - Church of England
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Church of England
Ordination of gays - Church of England
Bishops - Church of England
Episcopacy - Church of England
Church of England - Bishops
Leadership - Religious aspects - Church of England
Church of England - Parties and movements
ISBN
0-281-04506-2
Call Number
BV 600.2 S4B4 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Bishop of London

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Date
November 1986
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 63-11-86
Date
November 1986
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 63-11-86
Mover
Rt. Rev. A. Goodings
Seconder
Ven. A.R. Reed
Text
That this National Executive Council express its dismay over the unauthorized involvement of the Bishop of London [Graham Leonard] in a parish which is not in communion with the Episcopal Church of the U.S.A. and outside his jurisdiction and convey its support to the Church of England House of Bishops and to the House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church of the U.S.A. regarding their stands on this jurisdictional matter. CARRIED #63-11-86
Subjects
Leonard, Graham (Graham Douglas), 1921-2010
Traditionalist Anglican churches - United States
Church of England - Bishops
Episcopal Church - Bishops
Anglican Church of Canada - Bishops
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Episcopacy - Church of England
Episcopacy - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Communion - Parties and movements
Intercommunion
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Author
Beeson, Trevor (Trevor Randall), 1926-
Publication Date
2003 c2002
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5176 B44 2002
Author
Beeson, Trevor (Trevor Randall), 1926-
Place
London
Publisher
SCM Press
Publication Date
2003 c2002
Physical_Description
248 p. ; 23.4 x 15.6 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Trevor Beeson".
"First published in 2002 by SCM Press. This paperback edition published in 2003". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"The purpose of this book is twofold. It provides brief portraits of forty-eight bishops who were in office from about the time of the 1832 Reform Bill, when the Church of England as well as the nation as a whole entered a period of continuous change, until the final years of the twentieth century." -- Intro., p. [1].
Beeson "ends by asking why such able and interesting bishops are now in short supply and wonders whether the hectically busy managerial role assumed by the bishops of the new millennium represents a betrayal of the Episcopal office and a consequent weakening of the Church's witness in an incredibly secularized society. Looking not far ahead, the likely impact of women bishops is also discussed". -- back cover.
Contents: Acknowledgements / TB -- Introduction -- The aristocrats and the courtiers -- The scholars -- The statesmen -- The prophets -- The pastors -- The controversialists -- The headmasters -- The church reformers -- The social reformers -- The missionaries -- The evangelists -- The odd men out -- The pioneers : looking ahead -- Bibliography -- Index.
OTCH Note: The bishops described are in order of discussion: Edward Stuart Talbot, William Cecil, Charles Sumner, Cosmo Gordon Lang, Robin Woods, Connop Thirlwall, Joseph Barber Lightfoot, Mandell Creighton, Kenneth Kirk, Ian Ramsey, Archibald Campbell Tait, Randall Davidson, William Temple, George Bell, John Percival, Edward Lee Hicks, John A.T. Robinson, E.R. (Ted) Wickham, Edward King, William Walsham How, Edward Woods, Launcelot Fleming, Herbert Hensley Henson, Ernest William Barnes, Frederick Temple, George Ridding, Neville Gorton, Geoffrey Fisher, Edward Stanley, Charles James Blomfield, Samuel Wilberforce, Leslie Hunter, James Fraser, Brooke Foss Westcott, Charles Gore, George Augustus Selwyn, John William Colenso, Charles Mackenzie, Frank Weston, Joost de Blank, Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram, Walter Carey, Christopher Chavasse, Cuthbert Bardsley, Henry Phillpotts, T.B. Strong, Mervyn Stockwood and Douglas Feaver.
Subjects
Church of England - Bishops
Bishops - England - History
Episcopacy - Church of England
Church of England - Bishops - Office
Bardsley, Cuthbert Killick Norman, 1907-1991
Barnes, Ernest William, 1874-1953
Bell, George Allen Kennedy, 1883-1958
Blomfield, Charles James, 1786-1857
Carey, Walter Julius, 1875-1955
Cecil, William (Rupert Ernest William Gascoyne), 1863-1936
Chavasse, Christopher Maude, 1884-1962
Colenso, John William, 1814-1883
Davidson, Randall Thomas, 1848-1930
de Blank, Joost, 1908-1968
Feaver, Douglas Russell, 1914-1997
Fisher, Geoffrey Francis, 1887-1972
Fleming, Launcelot (William Launcelot Scott), 1906-1990
Fraser, James, 1818-1885
Gore, Charles, 1853-1932
Gorton, Neville, 1888-1955
Henson, Hensley (Herbert Hensley), 1863-1947
Hicks, Edward Lee, 1843-1919
How, William Walsham, 1823-1897
Hunter, Leslie Stannard, 1890-1983
King, Edward, 1829-1910
Kirk, Kenneth Escott, 1886-1954
Lang, Cosmo Gordon (William Cosmo Gordon), 1864-1945
Lightfoot, Charles Barber, 1828-1889
Mackenzie, Charles (Charles Frederick Frazier), 1825-1862
Mandell, Creighton, 1843-1901
Percival, John, 1834-1918
Phillpotts, Henry, 1778-1869
Ramsey, Ian Thomas, 1915-1972
Ridding, George, 1828-1904
Robinson, John A.T. (John Arthur Thomas), 1919-1983
Selwyn, George Augustus, 1809-1878
Stanley, Edward, 1779-1849
Stockwood, Mervyn (Arthur Mervyn), 1913-1995
Strong, Thomas Banks, 1861-1944
Sumner, Charles Richard, 1790-1874
Tait, Archibald Campbell, 1811-1882
Talbot, Edward Stuart, 1844-1934
Temple, Frederick, 1821-1902
Temple, William, 1881-1944
Thirlwall, Connop, 1797-1875
Wickham, Ted (Edward Ralph), 1911-1994
Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873
Westcott, Brooke Foss, 1825-1901
Winnington-Ingram, Arthur Foley, 1858-1946
Woods, Edward Sydney, 1877-1953
Woods, Robin (Robert Wilmer), 1914-1997
ISBN
0-334-02916-3
Call Number
BX 5176 B44 2002
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Bishops in communion : collegiality in the service of the koinonia of the church

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Publication Date
2000
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5176 B59 2000
Place
London
Publisher
Church House Publishing
Publication Date
2000
Physical_Description
x, 54 p. ; 21 x 14.7 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"GS Misc 580".
"An occasional paper of the House of Bishops of the Church of England".
"Published for the Council for Christian Unity by Church House Publishing". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-54).
"During the past ten years, the House of Bishops of the Church of England has been aware of the need to strengthen the theological foundations of its work. Following debate in the General Synod on the report `Episcopal Ministry', the House requested the Faith and Order Advisory Group of the Council for Christian Unity to work on the theology and practice of episcopal collegiality. What does it mean for bishops to work together as one body ? How does this help to ensure that the Church is maintained in that unity in the truth for which Christ prayed ? What theological principles undergird episcopal collegiality ? How does this reflect and enhance the ministry and mission of the whole priestly body of the Church ? .... We commend [this paper] for study and reflection by bishops, members of the General Synod and all with a concern for leadership in the Church of Christ". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Archbishops of Canterbury and York -- Introduction -- The Church as Koinonia -- How is the Koinonia of the Church Sustained for Service and Mission ? -- Collegiality in the Context of Conciliarity and Primacy -- The Ministry of Oversight : Issues of Power and Authority -- Collegiality Today in the Service of Koinonia -- Summary and Conclusion -- References.
Series
GS Misc 580
Added Entry
Church of England. House of Bishops
Church of England. Council for Christian Unity
Subjects
Church of England - Bishops
Ecumenical movement - Great Britain
Ecumenical movement - Church of England
Fellowship - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Koinonia
Episcopacy - Church of England
Power (Christian theology) - Church of England
Leadership - Religious aspects - Church of England
Authority - Religious aspects - Church of England
ISBN
0-7151-5759-0
Call Number
BX 5176 B59 2000
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Christian unity : the Anglican position

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog7315
Author
Bell, George Kennedy Allen, 1883-1958
Publication Date
[1948]
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5131 B45 1948
Author
Bell, George Kennedy Allen, 1883-1958
Place
London
Publisher
Hodder and Stoughton
Publication Date
[1948]
Physical_Description
192 p. ; 19 x 12.6 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"By G.K.A. Bell, Bishop of Chichester".
"Olaus Petri Lectures at Upsala University, October, 1946".
"First printed April 1948".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"The purpose of these lectures is to set out some of the fundamental facts in the relationship of the Church of England to other Christian Churches, from the Reformation to the present day. .... It is offered as a contribution to the Reunion of Christendom, in a year marked by the holding of the eighth Lambeth Conference, and by the first Assembly of the World Council of Churches". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface dated Epiphany i.e. 6 January, 1948 / George Cicestr i.e. George Bell, Bishop of Chichester -- The Wisdom of the Church of England -- Appendix: Extracts from Anglican Writers on Episcopacy -- Relations with Protestant Churches in Europe -- Relations with the Roman Catholic Church -- Relations with the Orthodox Churches; the Lesser Eastern Churches; the Old Catholic Churches -- Relations with Protestant Churches in Great Britain -- Relations with Non-Episcopal Churches Overseas -- The Oecumenical Movement -- Prospects for the Future.
Colophon: Printed and Bound in Great Britain for Hodder and Stoughton, Limited, by Richard Clay and Company, Ltd., Bungay, Suffolk.
Series
Olaus Petri Lectures at Upsala University ; 1946
Olaus Petri Vorlesungen an der Universitat Upsala ; 1946
Subjects
Christian union - Anglican Communion
Church of England - Relations
Christian union - Church of England
Christian union - Church of England - History
Episcopacy and Christian union
Episcopacy - Church of England
Church of England - Relations - Catholic Church - History
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church - History
Church of England - Relations - Orthodox Eastern Church - History
Anglican Communion - Relations - Orthodox Eastern Church - History
Church of England - Relations - Protestant churches - History
Ecumenical movement - Anglican Communion - History
Ecumenical movement - Church of England - History
Call Number
BX 5131 B45 1948
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Churchmen speak : thirteen essays

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6826
Publication Date
c1966
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BX 5003 C54 1966
Place
Abingdon, Eng.
Publisher
Marcham Manor Press
Publication Date
c1966
Physical_Description
128 p. ; 22 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Foreword by P.E. Hughes".
Includes bibliographical references.
"The authors of the essays that appear in the following pages are all Anglicans, though representative of countries as widely separated as America, Australia and England. ..... The essays are based on articles which have appeared in 'The Churchman' over the past half-dozen years. All have been brought up to date, and some of them have been extensively revised. As Editor of 'The Churchman', it gives me much gratification to co-operate in the publication of this volume". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Philip Edgcumbe Hughes -- The Bible in English: A Survey / Donald Coggan -- The Problem of Making a Contemporary Translation / J.B. Phillips -- The Bible in English History / Stephen Neill -- The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment / C.S. Lewis -- The English Ordinal / Geoffrey Lampe -- Episcopacy and Reunion / Geoffrey Lampe -- Expository Preaching: Charles Simeon and Ourselves / James Packer -- The Church of England: Evangelical, Catholic, Reformed, and Protestant / Gervase Duffield -- The Purpose and Function of the Thirty-Nine Articles / Geoffrey Bromiley -- The Revised Catechism / James Packer -- The Doctrine of Baptism / Donald Robinson -- Eucharist and Offertory: The Anglican Tradition / Donald Robinson -- The Reunion Views of Archbishop Ussher and His Circle / Graham Windsor.
Series
Marcham books
Added Entry
Churchman (London, England)
Bromiley, Geoffrey William, 1915-2009
Coggan, Donald (Frederick Donald), 1909-2000
Duffield, Gervase Elwes, 1910-2009
Lampe, G.W.H. (Geoffrey William Hugo), 1912-1980
Packer, J.I. (James Innell), 1926-2020
Lewis, C.S., (Clive Staples) 1898-1963
Neill, Stephen (Stephen Charles), 1900-1984
Phillips, John Bertram, 1906-1982
Robinson, Donald (Donald William Bradley), 1922-2018
Windsor, Graham
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Addresses, essays, lectures
Anglican Communion - Doctrinal and controversial works
Bible - Versions, English
Bible - Translating
Punishment - Religious aspects - Christianity
Criminal justice, Administration of - Religious aspects - Christianity
Ordinals (Liturgical books) - Church of England
Episcopacy - Church of England
Episcopacy and Christian union
Ministry - Church of England
Ministry and Christian union
Priesthood - Church of England
Priesthood and Christian union
Apostolic succession - Church of England
Apostolic succession and Christian union
Preaching - Church of England
Simeon, Charles, 1759-1836
Theology - Church of England
Thirty-Nine Articles - Church of England
Church of England - Catechisms
Baptism - Anglican Communion
Lord's Supper (Liturgy) - Church of England - Texts
Offertories - Anglican Church of Canada
Christian union - Anglican Communion - History
Ussher, James, 1581-1656
Call Number
BX 5003 C54 1966
Location
OTCH
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