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New Church's Teaching #01: The Anglican Vision

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In this first volume to the New Church's Teaching Series James Griffiss provides an introduction to the Anglican tradition. He focuses especially on Anglicanism's ability to hold together theological continuity (especially the emphasis on the Incarnation) with social and cultural change. After discussing the Episcopal Church today and the ways in which it has changed over the past fifty years, Griffiss shows how the distinctive Anglican approach has been lived out in its history, spirituality, mission, worship, and approach to Scripture. Throughout, the book stresses the place of Anglicanism in the late twentieth century and its ability to be both flexible and traditional in rapidly changing cultures. The Anglican Vision is intended for wide parish use, including adult education, parish forums, inquirers and newcomers classes, and study groups throughout the church year. It includes a study guide, list of resources, and suggestions for further reading.

Synopsis:

James E. Griffiss provides an introduction to the Anglican tradition, including the origins of Anglicanism, the Catholic and Evangelical renewal movements of the nineteenth century, and a survey of Anglican mission, theology, and worship. He focuses especially on Anglicanism's ability to hold together theological continuity with social and cultural change because of its particular grasp of the meaning of the Incarnation — the Good News of God dwelling in and among us.

Synopsis:

In this first volume to the New Church's Teaching Series the author provides a general introduction to the Anglican tradition.

Synopsis:

Following in the footsteps of the two earlier teaching series of the 1950s and 1970s, these volumes seek to reveal the distinctive vision Anglicanism offers for the people of God today. Each book includes a study guide and a list of additional resources. The series is designed for wide parish use, including adult education, classes for inquirers and newcomers, the adult catechumenate, parish libraries, and study groups throughout the church year.

James E. Griffiss provides an introduction to the Anglican tradition, including the origins of Anglicanism, the Catholic and Evangelical renewal movements of the nineteenth century, and a survey of Anglican mission, theology, and worship. He focuses especially on Anglicanism's ability to hold together theological continuity with social and cultural change because of its particular grasp of the meaning of the Incarnation — the Good News of God dwelling in and among us.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781561011438
Editor:
Griffiss, James E.
Publisher:
Cowley Publications
Editor:
Griffiss, James E.
Author:
Griffiss, James E.
Location:
Cambridge, Mass. :
Subject:
Theology - Protestant
Subject:
United states
Subject:
Religion - Denominations - Religions
Subject:
Anglican communion
Subject:
Episcopalianism
Subject:
Anglicanism
Subject:
Episcopal Church
Subject:
Christianity - Theology - Protestant
Subject:
Christianity - Episcopalianism
Subject:
Christianity - Anglicanism
Subject:
Christian Theology - Protestant
Subject:
Christianity - Episcopalian
Subject:
Christianity-Miscellaneous Denominations
Subject:
Religion Western-Theology
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references p. 131-135.
Series:
New Church's Teaching
Series Volume:
01
Publication Date:
19970131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
148
Dimensions:
8.52x5.46x.43 in. .55 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , James E. Griffiss provides an introduction to the Anglican tradition, including the origins of Anglicanism, the Catholic and Evangelical renewal movements of the nineteenth century, and a survey of Anglican mission, theology, and worship. He focuses especially on Anglicanism's ability to hold together theological continuity with social and cultural change because of its particular grasp of the meaning of the Incarnation — the Good News of God dwelling in and among us.
"Synopsis" by , In this first volume to the New Church's Teaching Series the author provides a general introduction to the Anglican tradition.
"Synopsis" by , Following in the footsteps of the two earlier teaching series of the 1950s and 1970s, these volumes seek to reveal the distinctive vision Anglicanism offers for the people of God today. Each book includes a study guide and a list of additional resources. The series is designed for wide parish use, including adult education, classes for inquirers and newcomers, the adult catechumenate, parish libraries, and study groups throughout the church year.

James E. Griffiss provides an introduction to the Anglican tradition, including the origins of Anglicanism, the Catholic and Evangelical renewal movements of the nineteenth century, and a survey of Anglican mission, theology, and worship. He focuses especially on Anglicanism's ability to hold together theological continuity with social and cultural change because of its particular grasp of the meaning of the Incarnation — the Good News of God dwelling in and among us.

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