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Anglicans in Canada : controversies and identity in historical perspective

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4777
Author
Hayes, Alan L. (Alan Lauffer)
Publication Date
c2004
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5610 H39 2004
Author
Hayes, Alan L. (Alan Lauffer)
Place
Urbana and Chicago IL
Publisher
University of Illinois Press
Publication Date
c2004
Physical_Description
xiii, 323 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Alan L. Hayes".
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"In the following pages I discuss six controversies that I think are central to the history of the Anglican Church in Canada. I have given one chapter to each controversy, and each chapter includes not only an historical essay but also a few essential historical documents so that readers can grasp the historical flavor of Anglican life and thought in Canada" (p. [xi]). "I hope that this book will provisionally fill the need for a short survey history of the Anglican Church of Canada until something better comes along, something that looks at social history, worship, music, art and architecture, finance, models of pastoral care, the diversity of ministry, and so on. The last survey history, and probably the only one a reader would to consult now, is Archbishop Philip Carrington's `The Anglican Church in Canada', but that was published as long ago as 1963. Although it is readable and full of personality and has the merit of being structured as a chronological narrative, its statements of fact are not always reliable, and it focuses, in the old manner, on bishops and a few great clergy. Moreover, it downplays the conflicts that ordinary Anglicans experienced, the very realities that this book presents as being key to Anglican identity" (p. xii). -- Preface.
Contents: Series Editor's Preface / Peter W. Williams -- Preface -- Introduction -- Questions about Missionary Work -- Questions about the Church's Role in Society -- Questions about Church Governance -- Questions about Anglican Church Style -- Questions about the Church in the Modern World -- Questions about Gender in Anglican Life -- Epilogue -- Documents -- Bibliographic Essay.
Author is a priest of the Anglican Church of Canada and professor of Church History at Wycliffe College in Toronto.
Series
Studies in Anglican history
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - History
Canada - Church history
Anglican Church of Canada - Missions - History
Missions - Societies, etc. - Anglican Communion - History
Anglican Church of Canada - Residential schools
Church and state - Anglican Church of Canada - History
Anglican Church of Canada - Government
Anglican Church of Canada - Parties and movements
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
Church and the world - Anglican Church of Canada
Women in the Anglican Church of Canada - History
Ordination of women - Anglican Church of Canada - History
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Church controversies
Anglican Church of Canada - Bibliography
ISBN
0-252-02902-X (cloth : alk. paper)
Call Number
BX 5610 H39 2004
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
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Answering the big questions

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4918
Author
Parker, Shane A.D. (Shane Alexander Donaldson), 1958-
Publication Date
c2005
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 100 P27 2005
Author
Parker, Shane A.D. (Shane Alexander Donaldson), 1958-
Place
[Toronto ON]
Publisher
Novalis
Publication Date
c2005
Physical_Description
137 p. ; 19 x 12.7 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"[By] Shane Parker".
Essays first published in the Ottawa Citizen 1999-2004.
"The words that follow were written over a period of about six years. Throughout, I worked as an Anglican priest, serving in a very public way as the Dean of a Cathedral, writing about faith regularly in the newspaper, and going about my duties as pastor. .... The interweaving of personal searching with the questions and issues that were posed to me from the lives of other people created occasions to reflect deeply on the faith that I had committed my life to .... But more than being a cause for introspection, these questions called forth expression: not the proclaiming of theology to an anonymous audience that needed to hear certain things, but words that responded to things people wanted to hear about -- theology that had come through and was being spoken into the crucible of human experience. What follows in these chapters is a series of concise reflections in the form of responses to the experiences, questions, issues and situations of many people." -- Intro., pp. 7-8.
Contents: Introduction -- Who is God ? -- What is faith about ? -- How is faith lived out ? -- Is there faith in the world around me ? -- Why go to church ? -- Does prayer make a difference ? -- What role does the Bible play ? -- Is there any sense to all the confusion ? -- Conclusion.
Author is an Anglican priest and dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa.
Subjects
Theology, Doctrinal - Popular works
Christian life - Anglican authors
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
God - Anglican Church of Canada
Faith - Anglican authors
Church and state - Anglican Church of Canada
Prayer - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Anglican Church of Canada
ISBN
2-89507-486-2
Call Number
BR 100 P27 2005
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Biography: The Most Rev. Howard H. Clark

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official5079
Date
1970 September 24
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Date
1970 September 24
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Text
Had it not been for a mother's dream and a pressing desire to enter the Anglican Ministry, the Most Rev. Howard Hewlett Clark would never have become the ninth Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. His mother had firmly made up her mind that he would become a priest before he was old enough to talk.
She didn't have to persuade him - he claims he always had the ministry in mind. However, when he failed his first year at Trinity College in Toronto and hadn't enough money to try it again, it looked as though he would become an actuary for the Canada Life Insurance Company. But the desire for the priesthood found him back in college five years later.
Since taking office in 1959, Archbishop Clark has travelled widely throughout Canada, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Pakistan, India, Japan, Hong Kong and the Philippines. He has been one of the leaders in the rapidly developing ecumenical movement and has lent his influence and support to canonical and civil measures intended to improve human relations in twentieth century society.
Highlighting his years as Primate have been the marked advances made in plans for union of the Anglican and United Churches, the revision of the Book of Common Prayer, and the liberalization of the Church's marriage canon, which, while emphasizing the sanctity of the marriage bond, permits remarriage of divorced persons in certain circumstances. Under his leadership in 1963, the third Anglican Congress was held in Toronto and engendered a new concept of mission for world Anglicanism.
In 1959 he was appointed to the Episcopal canonry of Pisgah in the Cathedral Church of St. George the Martyr, Jerusalem, and during his years of office he has received degrees from some 17 Universities all over North America.
Howard Hewlett Clark was born on April 23, 1903, at Fort Macleod, Alberta, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. His mother was an Englishwoman and his father a member of the Northwest Mounted Police. He was educated in Toronto, Thorold and St. Catharines, Ontario. He received in B.A. degree from the University of Toronto in 1932 and served as part-time assistant at St. John's Norway Anglican Church in Toronto while completing his studies. He was ordained by Bishop John Charles Roper, then Bishop of Ottawa, the same year, and served as Curate, Rector and Dean of Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa for 22 years. In 1935 he married Anna Wilson, an Ottawa girl whose great-great-grandfather, Nicholas Sparks, was founder of the City and donor of the land on which the Cathedral was built. They have three daughters, Mary (Mrs. S.S. Van Straubenzee), Elizabeth (Mrs. K.R. Morley) and Esther (Mrs. William A. Harshaw), and a son, Howard.
He was elected Bishop of Edmonton in 1954, and a few months later was confined to bed for almost a year with spinal arthritis. When he returned to work months later, after "reading, thinking and staring at the ceiling," he was still in constant pain that didn't end until 1950, when the damage was complete. As a result, he walks with a slight stoop because of rigidity of his spine.
In 1961, he was elected Archbishop of Rupert's Land and Metropolitan of the same Province and moved to Winnipeg.
Two years ago he moved to Toronto, to the National Headquarters of the Church and in December of this year, resigns as Archbishop of Rupert's Land to conform to General Synod actions relieving all future Primates of all Diocesan and Provincial duties.
He sees Anglicanism with its claims to Catholicity in a reformed tradition playing a big part in the world-wide movement toward Christian unity, but he feels that certain divisions within the Anglican Church have to be worked out first.
"The first question was have to ask is, 'Can we allow theological pluralism?' There are so many different people and so many different beliefs, even within one Church. Some are strong on creed and ancient doctrine. Others are Christians-of-the-centre who believe the basic truths about Jesus Christ and shun all references to the virgin birth or the empty tomb. Then there are the radicals, who seem to strain out all content from traditional doctrine. We have to come together on all of these."
The young-looking Archbishop is a gentle and witty man, a great story-teller and a scholar. He believes that boldly imaginative missionary strategy by the Anglican communion as a whole, and flexibility of organization is necessary if it is to make its fullest impact in a world made small by science.
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Subjects
Clark, Howard H. (Howard Hewlett), 1903-1983
Anglican Church of Canada - Bishops - Biography
Anglican Church of Canada. Primate
Christian union - Anglican Church of Canada
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
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The Challenge of tradition : discerning the future of Anglicanism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8091
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Book Centre
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
188 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"John Simons, Editor".
"This volume is a collection of essays offering a response to the Montreal Declaration. It furnishes a critique that is thoughtful and tempered, potent and vigorous. The several authors often reveal an appreciation for the theological conversation that has been developing out of the Declaration -- in fact, they have been profoundly absorbed in that conversation. However, when they examine some of the specifics of the Declaration, they find themselves severely wanting as an expression of Anglicanism or, indeed, of the fullness of the Christian faith" -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Michael G. Peers -- Introduction: Recovering authenticity in Anglican faith and practice / John Simons -- Feminism and the Church : challenge and grace / Susan L. Storey -- Naming and glorifying the Trinity : a response to the Declaration's stricture / John Simons -- Towards a Biblical church : a plea for accountability in the way we use scripture / Paul Jennings -- The Word of God and "God's word written" : the Montreal Declaration on the authority of scriptures / Stephen Reynolds -- Humanity is one and history is one : Anglican social thought and the Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials / Terry Brown -- Faithfulness and change : moments of discontinuity in the Church's teaching / Gregory Baum -- Reflections on the "Anglican Ethos" : the dialogical middle way / Eileen Scully -- Study Guide / Paul Jennings -- Appendix : The Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials -- Contributors.
Added Entry
Simons, John, 1946-
Baum, Gregory, 1923-
Brown, Terry M. (Terry Michael), 1944-
Jennings, Paul (Paul Harry)
Reynolds, Stephen James, 1951-2011
Scully, J. Eileen (Jennifer Eileen), 1964-
Storey, Susan (Susan Lynette)
Taylor, Andrew
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - 20th century
Church renewal - Anglican Church of Canada
Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials
Feminist theology - Anglican Church of Canada
Trinity
Inclusive language - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Anglican Church of Canada
Social justice - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Parties and movements
Missions - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Doctrines
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
ISBN
1-55126-163-4
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
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The Challenge of tradition : discerning the future of Anglicanism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8404
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Book Centre
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
188 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"John Simons, Editor".
"This volume is a collection of essays offering a response to the Montreal Declaration. It furnishes a critique that is thoughtful and tempered, potent and vigorous. The several authors often reveal an appreciation for the theological conversation that has been developing out of the Declaration -- in fact, they have been profoundly absorbed in that conversation. However, when they examine some of the specifics of the Declaration, they find themselves severely wanting as an expression of Anglicanism or, indeed, of the fullness of the Christian faith" -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Michael G. Peers -- Introduction: Recovering authenticity in Anglican faith and practice / John Simons -- Feminism and the Church : challenge and grace / Susan L. Storey -- Naming and glorifying the Trinity : a response to the Declaration's stricture / John Simons -- Towards a Biblical church : a plea for accountability in the way we use scripture / Paul Jennings -- The Word of God and "God's word written" : the Montreal Declaration on the authority of scriptures / Stephen Reynolds -- Humanity is one and history is one : Anglican social thought and the Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials / Terry Brown -- Faithfulness and change : moments of discontinuity in the Church's teaching / Gregory Baum -- Reflections on the "Anglican Ethos" : the dialogical middle way / Eileen Scully -- Study Guide / Paul Jennings -- Appendix : The Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials -- Contributors.
Added Entry
Simons, John (John Macmillan), 1946-
Baum, Gregory, 1923-
Brown, Terry M. (Terry Michael), 1944-
Jennings, Paul (Paul Harry)
Reynolds, Stephen James, 1951-2011
Scully, J. Eileen (Jennifer Eileen), 1964-
Storey, Susan (Susan Lynette)
Taylor, Andrew
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - 20th century
Church renewal - Anglican Church of Canada
Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials
Feminist theology - Anglican Church of Canada
Trinity
Inclusive language - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Anglican Church of Canada
Social justice - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Parties and movements
Missions - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Doctrines
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
ISBN
1-55126-163-4
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
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The Challenge of tradition : discerning the future of Anglicanism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8943
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Book Centre
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
188 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"John Simons, Editor".
"This volume is a collection of essays offering a response to the Montreal Declaration. It furnishes a critique that is thoughtful and tempered, potent and vigorous. The several authors often reveal an appreciation for the theological conversation that has been developing out of the Declaration -- in fact, they have been profoundly absorbed in that conversation. However, when they examine some of the specifics of the Declaration, they find themselves severely wanting as an expression of Anglicanism or, indeed, of the fullness of the Christian faith" -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Michael G. Peers -- Introduction: Recovering authenticity in Anglican faith and practice / John Simons -- Feminism and the Church : challenge and grace / Susan L. Storey -- Naming and glorifying the Trinity : a response to the Declaration's stricture / John Simons -- Towards a Biblical church : a plea for accountability in the way we use scripture / Paul Jennings -- The Word of God and "God's word written" : the Montreal Declaration on the authority of scriptures / Stephen Reynolds -- Humanity is one and history is one : Anglican social thought and the Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials / Terry Brown -- Faithfulness and change : moments of discontinuity in the Church's teaching / Gregory Baum -- Reflections on the "Anglican Ethos" : the dialogical middle way / Eileen Scully -- Study Guide / Paul Jennings -- Appendix : The Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials -- Contributors.
Added Entry
Simons, John (John Macmillan), 1946-
Baum, Gregory, 1923-2017
Brown, Terry M. (Terry Michael), 1944-
Jennings, Paul (Paul Harry)
Reynolds, Stephen James, 1951-2011
Scully, J. Eileen (Jennifer Eileen), 1964-
Storey, Susan (Susan Lynette)
Taylor, Andrew
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - 20th century
Church renewal - Anglican Church of Canada
Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials
Feminist theology - Anglican Church of Canada
Trinity
Inclusive language - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Anglican Church of Canada
Social justice - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Parties and movements
Missions - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Doctrines
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
ISBN
1-55126-163-4
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Location
General Synod Archives
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The Challenge of tradition : discerning the future of Anglicanism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog9051
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Book Centre
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
188 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"John Simons, Editor".
"This volume is a collection of essays offering a response to the Montreal Declaration. It furnishes a critique that is thoughtful and tempered, potent and vigorous. The several authors often reveal an appreciation for the theological conversation that has been developing out of the Declaration -- in fact, they have been profoundly absorbed in that conversation. However, when they examine some of the specifics of the Declaration, they find themselves severely wanting as an expression of Anglicanism or, indeed, of the fullness of the Christian faith" -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Michael G. Peers -- Introduction: Recovering authenticity in Anglican faith and practice / John Simons -- Feminism and the Church : challenge and grace / Susan L. Storey -- Naming and glorifying the Trinity : a response to the Declaration's stricture / John Simons -- Towards a Biblical church : a plea for accountability in the way we use scripture / Paul Jennings -- The Word of God and "God's word written" : the Montreal Declaration on the authority of scriptures / Stephen Reynolds -- Humanity is one and history is one : Anglican social thought and the Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials / Terry Brown -- Faithfulness and change : moments of discontinuity in the Church's teaching / Gregory Baum -- Reflections on the "Anglican Ethos" : the dialogical middle way / Eileen Scully -- Study Guide / Paul Jennings -- Appendix : The Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials -- Contributors.
Added Entry
Simons, John (John Macmillan), 1946-
Baum, Gregory (Gregory Albert), 1923-2017
Brown, Terry M. (Terry Michael), 1944-
Jennings, Paul (Paul Harry)
Reynolds, Stephen James, 1951-2011
Scully, J. Eileen (Jennifer Eileen), 1964-
Storey, Susan (Susan Lynette)
Taylor, Andrew
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - 20th century
Church renewal - Anglican Church of Canada
Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials
Feminist theology - Anglican Church of Canada
Trinity
Inclusive language - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Anglican Church of Canada
Social justice - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Parties and movements
Missions - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Doctrines
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
ISBN
1-55126-163-4
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Location
General Synod Archives
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The Challenge of tradition : discerning the future of Anglicanism

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog9056
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Book Centre
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
188 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"John Simons, Editor".
"This volume is a collection of essays offering a response to the Montreal Declaration. It furnishes a critique that is thoughtful and tempered, potent and vigorous. The several authors often reveal an appreciation for the theological conversation that has been developing out of the Declaration -- in fact, they have been profoundly absorbed in that conversation. However, when they examine some of the specifics of the Declaration, they find themselves severely wanting as an expression of Anglicanism or, indeed, of the fullness of the Christian faith" -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / Michael G. Peers -- Introduction: Recovering authenticity in Anglican faith and practice / John Simons -- Feminism and the Church : challenge and grace / Susan L. Storey -- Naming and glorifying the Trinity : a response to the Declaration's stricture / John Simons -- Towards a Biblical church : a plea for accountability in the way we use scripture / Paul Jennings -- The Word of God and "God's word written" : the Montreal Declaration on the authority of scriptures / Stephen Reynolds -- Humanity is one and history is one : Anglican social thought and the Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials / Terry Brown -- Faithfulness and change : moments of discontinuity in the Church's teaching / Gregory Baum -- Reflections on the "Anglican Ethos" : the dialogical middle way / Eileen Scully -- Study Guide / Paul Jennings -- Appendix : The Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials -- Contributors.
Added Entry
Simons, John (John Macmillan), 1946-
Baum, Gregory (Gregory Albert), 1923-2017
Brown, Terry M. (Terry Michael), 1944-
Jennings, Paul (Paul Harry)
Reynolds, Stephen James, 1951-2011
Scully, J. Eileen (Jennifer Eileen), 1964-
Storey, Susan (Susan Lynette)
Taylor, Andrew
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - 20th century
Church renewal - Anglican Church of Canada
Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials
Feminist theology - Anglican Church of Canada
Trinity
Inclusive language - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Anglican Church of Canada
Social justice - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Parties and movements
Missions - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Doctrines
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
ISBN
1-55126-163-4
Call Number
BX 5614 C42 1997
Location
General Synod Archives
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Church should remain safe but not boring

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article25946
Author
Harris, David
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1999 March

Draft Common Declaration

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official536
Date
1990 May
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 34-05-90
Date
1990 May
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 34-05-90
Mover
Very Rev. D.D. Wallace
Seconder
Dr. M. Hutton
Text
That the Chairman of the House of Bishops and the Chairman of the Doctrine and Worship Committee be asked to make arrangements for the preparation of a response to the "Draft Common Declaration" for presentation to the NEC in November 1990: and
that the proposed response be made available to the next meeting of the Primates of the Anglican Communion. CARRIED #34-05-90
Subjects
Draft Common Declaration
Anglican Communion. Primates Meeting (6th : 1991 : Belfast, N. Ireland)
Anglican Communion - Doctrines
Theology - Anglican Church of Canada
Theology - Anglican Communion
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