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ARCIC II and justification: an evangelical Anglican assessment of 'Salvation and the Church'

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Author
McGrath, Alister E. (Alister Edgar), 1953-
Publication Date
1987
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 753 A5336 1987
Author
McGrath, Alister E. (Alister Edgar), 1953-
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Latimer House
Publication Date
1987
Physical_Description
56 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] Alister McGrath".
Includes bibliography, p. 51.
"If this study should seem polemical or critical at points, it is because we have felt able to dispense with the trappings of ecclesiastical diplomacy in order to concentrate upon the theological issues at stake .... This is no attempt to sabotage any agreement -- simply a plea for theological; and scholarly honesty and integrity, in order to establish how much agreement there really is in the first place. .... In this section, the writer approaches the Statement from an evangelical Anglican perspective .... It is thus hoped that this will allow ARCIC II to treat this study as embodying 'observations and criticisms made in a constructive and fraternal spirit, while indicating to evangelical Anglicans where clarification and criticism is appropriate". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction -- Justification and the European Reformation -- Justification and the Council of Trent -- Justification and the Church of England -- The Ecumenical Debate on Justification to 1983 -- ARCIC II: 'Salvation and the Church' -- For further reading -- Notes.
Series
Latimer studies; 26
Subjects
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC II)
Justification - History of doctrines
Justification - Anglican Communion
Church of England - Doctrines
Salvation and Christian union
Salvation and the Church
ISBN
0 946307 25 3
Call Number
BT 753 A5336 1987
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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ARCIC response lukewarm

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article43465
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 January
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 January
Volume
115
Issue
1
Page
1
Notes
"The Vatican's long-awaited response to the report, 'Salvation and the Church', released by the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission [ARCIC II] 18 months ago, has cast doubt on the success of further unity talks between the two communions. The document, welcomed by Anglican bishops at the Lambeth Conference last summer [1988] as a historic one, has now been described by the Vatican as vague and weak". "Although the Vatican gives general approval, it claims there are serious failures in the document". "The divergences which, in the light of this document still exist between the Catholic church and the Anglican Communion, principally concern aspects of ecclesiology and of sacramental doctrine". "The judgment will be seen as a devastating blow to a breakthrough in relations between the two communions, according to Bishop George Carey of Bath and Wells, chairman of the Church of England's faith and order commission which advises archbishops on ecumenical affairs". "In Montreal, Rev. Thomas Ryan, CSP, director of the Canadian Centre for Ecumenism, said the Roman Catholic response is an indication that every effort is being made to assure that the foundation for a future, reunited church are being laid solidly and with painstaking care".
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church - 20th century
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion - 20th century
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC II)
Salvation and the Church
Salvation - Anglican Communion
Salvation - Catholic Church
Salvation and Christian union
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
Ryan, Thomas, 1946-
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Common witness to the gospel : documents on Anglican-Roman Catholic relations 1983-1995

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Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5004.2 C65 1997
Place
Washington DC
Publisher
United States Catholic Conference
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
xii, 256 p. ; 22.8 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Jeffrey Gros, E. Rozanne Elder, and Ellen K. Wondra".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-250) and index.
"The National Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs recommended this publication, prepared in collaboration with the Episcopal Church and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops." -- verso of t.-p.
"This series of groundbreaking texts [from the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission, ARC USA and ARC Canada] is published in one volume to provide resources for preaching, study, catechetical instruction, prayer, and reflection. The documents should encourage those who work to heal divisions. This series is also a reference work to aid leaders and scholars in giving authentic witness to the common ground these two Churches share in Christ. The documents here bring up to 1995 documentation previously collected and published (Wright/Witmer, 1985) that covers the period from 1966 to 1983. Some of these texts are available in the context of other ecumenical documents (Vischer, 1984; Burgess, 1989, 1995)." -- Intro. p. x.
Contents divided into four main sections: Preface / Frank Griswold and John Snyder, Cochairs, Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA [and] John Baycroft and Terrence Pendergast, Cochairs, Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada -- Introduction -- I. The Church -- II. Sacraments and Ministry -- III. The People of God and Pastoral Care -- IV. Appendices -- Index.
Section I. The Church divided into sub-sections: Church as Communion -- 1. Church as Communion: An Agreed Statement / Second Anglican Roman Catholic International Communion, 1991 -- 2. Reconciling Unity and Plurality / Episcopal Chairs of the Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs and the Standing Commission on Ecumenical Relations, 1993 -- 3. A Call to Perseverance in Ecumenism : Observations of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue in Canada on the Meeting of the Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope John Paul II / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1990 -- 4. A Recommitment to Full Communion / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue in the United States, 1992 -- 5. Salvation and the Church / Anglican-Roman International Commission, 1986 -- 6. Observations on 'Salvation and the Church' / The [Vatican] Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 1987 -- 7. Comments of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada on the Observations of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith on 'Salvation and the Church' / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1990.
Section II. Sacraments and Ministry divided into sub-sections: The Final Report -- 8. The 1988 Lambeth Conference: Resolution 8 and Explanatory Note regarding ARCIC I -- 9. The Official Roman Catholic Response to the Final Report of ARCIC I / Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, 1991 -- 10. Reply to the Vatican Response to the Final Report of the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1993 -- 11. How Can We Recognize `Substantial Agreement' ? / Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation-USA, 1993 -- 12. Requested Clarifications on Eucharist and Ministry / Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission, 1993 -- Eucharist -- 13. Five Affirmations on the Eucharist as Sacrifice / Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA, 1994 -- Ministry -- 14. Anglican Orders: A Report on the Evolving Context of their Evaluation in the Roman Catholic Church / Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA, 1990 -- 15. Reflections on the Experience of Women's Ministries / Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1991 -- 16. Pastoral Guidelines for Churches in the Case of Clergy Moving from One Communion to the Other / Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops Dialogue, Canada, 1991 -- 17. Agreed Statement on Infallibly / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1992.
Section III. The People of God and Pastoral Care sub-divided into sub-sections: 18. Life in Christ: Morals, Communion, and the Church / Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission, 1994 -- 19. Christian Ethics in the Ecumenical Dialogue: Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission II and Recent Papal Teaching / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA, 1995 -- 20. Pastoral Guidelines for Interchurch Marriage / Anglican and Roman Catholic Bishops, 1987 -- 21. A Message from the Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops' Dialogue to the Clergy and People of the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches in Canada, 1994.
Appendices contain: I: Publications and Major Events -- II: Dialogue Participants -- III: Bibliography.
Series
United States Catholic Conference ; 5-060
Added Entry
Gros, Jeffrey. 1938-
Elder, E. Rozanne (Ellen Rozanne), 1940-
Wondra, Ellen K., 1950-
Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
Catholic Church. Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
Episcopal Church
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Anglican/Roman Catholic Dialogue (ARC Canada)
Anglican/Roman Catholic Dialogue (ARC USA)
Church as Communion : An Agreed Statement
Reconciling Unity and Plurality
A Call to Perseverance in Ecumenism
A Recommitment to Full Communion
Salvation and the Church
Observations on Salvation and the Church
Comments of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada on the Observations of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith on Salvation and the Church
Final report of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission
The Official Roman Catholic Response to the Final Report of ARCIC I
Reply to the Vatican Response to the Final Report of the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission
How Can We Recognize `Substantial Agreement' ?
Clarifications on Eucharist and Ministry
Five Affirmations on the Eucharist as Sacrifice
Anglican Orders: A Report on the Evolving Context of their Evaluation in the Roman Catholic Church
Reflections on the Experience of Women's Ministries
Pastoral Guidelines for Churches in the Case of Clergy Moving from One Communion to the Other
Agreed Statement on Infallibity
Life in Christ: Morals, Communion, and the Church
Christian Ethics in the Ecumenical Dialogue: Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission II and Recent Papal Teaching
Pastoral Guidelines for Interchurch Marriage
A Message from the Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops' Dialogue to the Clergy and People of the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches in Canada
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church - History - Sources
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion - History - Sources
Anglican Church of Canada - Relations - Catholic Church - History - Sources
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Church of Canada - History - Sources
Episcopal Church - Relations - Catholic Church - History - Sources
Catholic Church - Relations - Episcopal Church - History - Sources
Church and Christian union
Salvation and Christian union
Lord's Supper and Christian union
Ordination and Christian union
Anglican orders
Ordination of women and Christian union
Popes - Infallibility
Papacy and Christian union
Christian ethics and Christian union
ISBN
1-57455-060-8
Call Number
BX 5004.2 C65 1997
Location
General Synod Archives
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Common witness to the gospel : documents on Anglican-Roman Catholic relations 1983-1995

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8472
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5004.2 C65 1997
Place
Washington DC
Publisher
United States Catholic Conference
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
xii, 256 p. ; 22.8 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Jeffrey Gros, E. Rozanne Elder, and Ellen K. Wondra".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-250) and index.
"The National Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs recommended this publication, prepared in collaboration with the Episcopal Church and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops." -- verso of t.-p.
"This series of groundbreaking texts [from the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission, ARC USA and ARC Canada] is published in one volume to provide resources for preaching, study, catechetical instruction, prayer, and reflection. The documents should encourage those who work to heal divisions. This series is also a reference work to aid leaders and scholars in giving authentic witness to the common ground these two Churches share in Christ. The documents here bring up to 1995 documentation previously collected and published (Wright/Witmer, 1985) that covers the period from 1966 to 1983. Some of these texts are available in the context of other ecumenical documents (Vischer, 1984; Burgess, 1989, 1995)." -- Intro. p. x.
Contents divided into four main sections: Preface / Frank Griswold and John Snyder, Cochairs, Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA [and] John Baycroft and Terrence Pendergast, Cochairs, Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada -- Introduction -- I. The Church -- II. Sacraments and Ministry -- III. The People of God and Pastoral Care -- IV. Appendices -- Index.
Section I. The Church divided into sub-sections: Church as Communion -- 1. Church as Communion: An Agreed Statement / Second Anglican Roman Catholic International Communion, 1991 -- 2. Reconciling Unity and Plurality / Episcopal Chairs of the Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs and the Standing Commission on Ecumenical Relations, 1993 -- 3. A Call to Perseverance in Ecumenism : Observations of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue in Canada on the Meeting of the Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope John Paul II / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1990 -- 4. A Recommitment to Full Communion / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue in the United States, 1992 -- 5. Salvation and the Church / Anglican-Roman International Commission, 1986 -- 6. Observations on 'Salvation and the Church' / The [Vatican] Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 1987 -- 7. Comments of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada on the Observations of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith on 'Salvation and the Church' / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1990.
Section II. Sacraments and Ministry divided into sub-sections: The Final Report -- 8. The 1988 Lambeth Conference: Resolution 8 and Explanatory Note regarding ARCIC I -- 9. The Official Roman Catholic Response to the Final Report of ARCIC I / Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, 1991 -- 10. Reply to the Vatican Response to the Final Report of the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1993 -- 11. How Can We Recognize `Substantial Agreement' ? / Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation-USA, 1993 -- 12. Requested Clarifications on Eucharist and Ministry / Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission, 1993 -- Eucharist -- 13. Five Affirmations on the Eucharist as Sacrifice / Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA, 1994 -- Ministry -- 14. Anglican Orders: A Report on the Evolving Context of their Evaluation in the Roman Catholic Church / Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA, 1990 -- 15. Reflections on the Experience of Women's Ministries / Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1991 -- 16. Pastoral Guidelines for Churches in the Case of Clergy Moving from One Communion to the Other / Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops Dialogue, Canada, 1991 -- 17. Agreed Statement on Infallibly / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, Canada, 1992.
Section III. The People of God and Pastoral Care sub-divided into sub-sections: 18. Life in Christ: Morals, Communion, and the Church / Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission, 1994 -- 19. Christian Ethics in the Ecumenical Dialogue: Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission II and Recent Papal Teaching / Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue, USA, 1995 -- 20. Pastoral Guidelines for Interchurch Marriage / Anglican and Roman Catholic Bishops, 1987 -- 21. A Message from the Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops' Dialogue to the Clergy and People of the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches in Canada, 1994.
Appendices contain: I: Publications and Major Events -- II: Dialogue Participants -- III: Bibliography.
Series
United States Catholic Conference ; 5-060
Added Entry
Gros, Jeffrey, 1938-2013
Elder, E. Rozanne (Ellen Rozanne), 1940-
Wondra, Ellen K., 1950-
Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs
Catholic Church. Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops
Episcopal Church
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Anglican/Roman Catholic Dialogue (ARC Canada)
Anglican/Roman Catholic Dialogue (ARC USA)
Church as Communion : An Agreed Statement
Reconciling Unity and Plurality
A Call to Perseverance in Ecumenism
A Recommitment to Full Communion
Salvation and the Church
Observations on Salvation and the Church
Comments of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada on the Observations of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith on Salvation and the Church
Final report of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission
The Official Roman Catholic Response to the Final Report of ARCIC I
Reply to the Vatican Response to the Final Report of the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission
How Can We Recognize `Substantial Agreement' ?
Clarifications on Eucharist and Ministry
Five Affirmations on the Eucharist as Sacrifice
Anglican Orders: A Report on the Evolving Context of their Evaluation in the Roman Catholic Church
Reflections on the Experience of Women's Ministries
Pastoral Guidelines for Churches in the Case of Clergy Moving from One Communion to the Other
Agreed Statement on Infallibity
Life in Christ: Morals, Communion, and the Church
Christian Ethics in the Ecumenical Dialogue: Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission II and Recent Papal Teaching
Pastoral Guidelines for Interchurch Marriage
A Message from the Anglican-Roman Catholic Bishops' Dialogue to the Clergy and People of the Roman Catholic and Anglican Churches in Canada
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church - History - Sources
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion - History - Sources
Anglican Church of Canada - Relations - Catholic Church - History - Sources
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Church of Canada - History - Sources
Episcopal Church - Relations - Catholic Church - History - Sources
Catholic Church - Relations - Episcopal Church - History - Sources
Church and Christian union
Salvation and Christian union
Lord's Supper and Christian union
Ordination and Christian union
Anglican orders
Ordination of women and Christian union
Popes - Infallibility
Papacy and Christian union
Christian ethics and Christian union
ISBN
1-57455-060-8
Call Number
BX 5004.2 C65 1997
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Doctrine of justification in the Church of England

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Author
Leaver, Robin A. (Robin Alan), 1939-
Publication Date
1979
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 764.2 L4D6 1979
Author
Leaver, Robin A. (Robin Alan), 1939-
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Latimer House
Publication Date
1979
Physical_Description
32 p. ; 21.5 x 13.7 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] R.A. Leaver".
Includes bibliographical references.
"The doctrine of justification by faith alone was for Luther something to sing about, for Calvin something to think about, and for Cranmer something to pray about. Luther expressed the doctrine in his hymns, Calvin in his 'Institutes', and Cranmer in his liturgy for the English church. But for all the Reformers, however, they expressed the doctrine, justification was the touchstone of their theology, not because they were interested in dogma for its own sake but because they found it to be a the heart of the teaching of Scripture" (p. 3). "But before we can discuss the doctrine with others we must first understand it ourselves. There is the real need for modern Anglicans to recover their confessional inheritance of the doctrine of justification by faith alone in Christ; to learn again how to sing it and preach it with Luther, how to think it through with Calvin, and make our worship depend on it with Cranmer, not because these men taught it, but because it lies at the heart of the Gospel, and therefore at the heart of Christian doctrine, life and action" (p. 27).
Contents: The Reformation Definition -- Subsequent Debate -- Contemporary Neglect -- Appendix: Justification in the Wittenberg Articles of 1536.
Series
Latimer studies; 3
Subjects
Justification - Church of England
Justification - Lutheran Church
Salvation - Church of England
Salvation - Lutheran Church
Church of England - Doctrines
Church history - Reformation, 1517-1648
Salvation and Christian union
ISBN
0-946307-02-4
Call Number
BT 764.2 L4D6 1979
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Editorials and Comment : ARCIC talks are at crossroads

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Author
[Hames, Jerry (Jerrold F.), 1940- ]
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 January
Author
[Hames, Jerry (Jerrold F.), 1940- ]
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 January
Volume
115
Issue
1
Page
7
Notes
"The Vatican's response to the document on salvation produced by the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission [ARCIC] has drawn a pall over the dialogue. Members of the 28-member commission proclaimed two years ago that they had resolved a disagreement over the meaning of salvation -- one of the major disputes that brought about the Protestant Reformation". "But the response has left ARCIC talks at a crossroad. The congregation [of the Doctrine of the Faith] speaks authoritatively for the Roman Catholic Church. Unless it is satisfied, agreement cannot be achieved. There is ample reason for Anglicans to be disillusioned". "The tenor of the Vatican's response is that of a headmaster returning homework, with the comment, 'Could do better', says Bishop George Carey who advises the Church of England on ecumenical affairs".
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church - 20th century
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion - 20th century
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC II)
Salvation and the Church
Salvation - Anglican Communion
Salvation - Catholic Church
Salvation and Christian union
Carey, George L. (George Leonard), 1935-
Ecumenical movement - Anglican Communion - 20th century
Ecumenical movement - Catholic Church - 20th century
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Inter-Church and Inter-Faith Relations Committee

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Date
1987 May 13-15
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 51-05-87
Date
1987 May 13-15
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 51-05-87
Mover
Rt. Rev. A Goodings
Seconder
Ven. A.R. Reed
Prologue
The Rev. Brian Prideaux introduced the document "Salvation and the Church".
Text
That this National Executive Council recommend that document "Salvation and the Church" for widespread study within the Anglican Church of Canada and ask that responses be forwarded to the Ecumenical Officer by February 1, 1989. CARRIED #51-05-87
Subjects
Salvation and the Church
Salvation and Christian union
Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
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Justification today: the Roman Catholic and Anglican debate

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Author
England, R.G. (Robert Gordon), 1939-
Publication Date
1979
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BT 764.2 E5J8 1979
Author
England, R.G. (Robert Gordon), 1939-
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Latimer House
Publication Date
1979
Physical_Description
40 p. ; 21.6 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] R.G. England".
Includes bibliographical references and bibliography: p. 40.
"In July 1977 an Open Letter was sent to every member of the Anglican diocesan episcopate and signed by about 130 members of the Anglican church who represented the evangelical tradition of that church. ... the contents of the Letter concerned a subject about which Anglican evangelicals had not spoken in public hitherto in such a collective way: the growing contact between the Anglican church and the Roman Catholic church. While welcoming generally the move towards more positive and Christian relationships between the two bodies, the Letter expressed concerns for a deeper investigation of certain areas which the signatories saw as both important enough to warrant it and in which there seemed to be disagreement that could not be overcome without it. Among the four specified topics, justification-by-faith-through-grace-alone was mentioned. It is the intention of this study to look at that issue," -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction -- Justification and the New Testament -- Justification and Church Disunity -- Justification and Church Reunion: (A) The Achievement of Hans Kung -- Justification and Church Reunion: (B) The Debate Since Kung -- Retrospect and Prospect -- For Further Reading.
Series
Latimer studies; 4
Subjects
Justification - Anglican Communion
Salvation - Anglican Communion
Salvation and Christian union
Evangelicals - Church of England
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Kung, Hans, 1928-2021
ISBN
0-946307-03-2
Call Number
BT 764.2 E5J8 1979
Location
OTCH
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Justification today: the Roman Catholic and Anglican debate

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8053
Author
England, R.G. (Robert Gordon), 1939-
Publication Date
1979
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 764.2 E5J8 1979
Author
England, R.G. (Robert Gordon), 1939-
Place
Oxford
Publisher
Latimer House
Publication Date
1979
Physical_Description
40 p. ; 21.6 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] R.G. England".
Includes bibliographical references and bibliography: p. 40.
"In July 1977 an Open Letter was sent to every member of the Anglican diocesan episcopate and signed by about 130 members of the Anglican church who represented the evangelical tradition of that church. ... the contents of the Letter concerned a subject about which Anglican evangelicals had not spoken in public hitherto in such a collective way: the growing contact between the Anglican church and the Roman Catholic church. While welcoming generally the move towards more positive and Christian relationships between the two bodies, the Letter expressed concerns for a deeper investigation of certain areas which the signatories saw as both important enough to warrant it and in which there seemed to be disagreement that could not be overcome without it. Among the four specified topics, justification-by-faith-through-grace-alone was mentioned. It is the intention of this study to look at that issue," -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction -- Justification and the New Testament -- Justification and Church Disunity -- Justification and Church Reunion: (A) The Achievement of Hans Kung -- Justification and Church Reunion: (B) The Debate Since Kung -- Retrospect and Prospect -- For Further Reading.
Series
Latimer studies; 4
Subjects
Justification - Anglican Communion
Salvation - Anglican Communion
Salvation and Christian union
Evangelicals - Church of England
Anglican Communion - Relations - Catholic Church
Catholic Church - Relations - Anglican Communion
Kung, Hans
ISBN
0-946307-03-2
Call Number
BT 764.2 E5J8 1979
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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