What informs the Anglican identity? If you asked 12 different Anglicans you would probably get as many different answers. Answers might include an emphasis on visible ecclesiology, the centrality of the Eucharist, a higher view of Mary, or the value of poetry for worship and devotion. Moreover, those answers might come from sources outside of the Anglican tradition. Drawing on sources both Anglican and non-Anglican, the T&T Clark Anglican Studies Collection includes books that touch on all of these subjects and more.
Paul Avis discusses Anglican ecclesiology in The Identity of Anglicanism, the relationship between denominational bodies in Reshaping Ecumenical Theology, and the place of authority in Anglican theology in In Search of Authority: Anglican Theological Method from the Reformation to the Enlightenment. Mark Chapman presents an overview of Anglican beliefs in various contexts in Anglican Theology. In A Poetic Discontent, Robert Titley looks at the Anglican scholar Austin Farrer’s interpretation of the Gospel of Mark as poetry. Anglican priest Robin Ward looks at the role of the priesthood and its relationship to the laity in On Christian Priesthood. Other titles discuss the Eucharist, Mary, the Anglican convert to Rome John Henry Newman, and a new approach to ethics.
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