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Overview

This collection is an assembly of Bishop Frank Weston’s controversial works. Weston was an influential figure who wasn’t afraid to stand up for what he believed was right. Explore his impassioned letters, essays, and theological studies, and explore his life as portrayed in a biography that may be as controversial as Weston’s writings themselves. Weston’s passion for God, Jesus Christ, and correcting political wrongs is evident throughout his works.

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Key Features

  • Includes Weston’s letters and essays
  • Delves into Weston’s theology
  • Portrays an intimate look into Weston’s life

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Ecclesia Anglicana: For What Does She Stand?

  • Author: Frank Weston
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1914
  • Pages: 29

This book is Frank Weston’s stance against the actions of the Kikuyu missionary conference. This conference was held yearly between CMS and other Protestant Missionaries and was designed to foster their common cause against Roman Catholicism and Islam. The conference proposed an ecclesiastical federation and intercommunication under Anglican Leadership. This apparent blurring of denominational divisions came at a time when Anglo-Catholics were increasingly concerned about the coherence of the Church of England and its doctrines. Weston denounced this proposal, appealed to the archbishop of Canterbury, and simultaneously developed his wider views on the nature of the church in Ecclesia Anglicana, which was an open letter from Weston to Reverend Edgar, Lord Bishop of Albans.

Frank Weston (1871–1924) was an Anglican clergyman who served as bishop of Zanzibar (present-day Tanzania) in 1908–1924. He was a staunch Anglo-Catholic, belonging to the wing of the Anglican Church that emphasized the church’s continuity with its Roman Catholic heritage rather than its Protestant identity. Weston became involved in the bitter Kikuyu controversy of 1913–1914, where he objected to the Protestant federation, and in particular to the exchange of pulpits and the admission of non-Anglicans to communion in Anglican churches. He is also the author of The One Christ: An Enquiry into the Manner of the Incarnation.

The Fulness of Christ: An Essay

  • Author: Frank Weston
  • Publisher: Longmans, Green and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1916
  • Pages: 380

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This essay contains Weston’s apologia for his response to the Kikuyu controversy. Weston also discusses the Gospel that he received and taught to his diocese. This book includes such topics as the importance of Christian unity, atonement, creation in Christ, the church, the permanence of the priesthood, church worship, the sacraments, and the Papacy.

Frank Weston (1871–1924) was an Anglican clergyman who served as bishop of Zanzibar (present-day Tanzania) in 1908–1924. He was a staunch Anglo-Catholic, belonging to the wing of the Anglican Church that emphasized the church’s continuity with its Roman Catholic heritage rather than its Protestant identity. Weston became involved in the bitter Kikuyu controversy of 1913–1914, where he objected to the Protestant federation, and in particular to the exchange of pulpits and the admission of non-Anglicans to communion in Anglican churches. He is also the author of The One Christ: An Enquiry into the Manner of the Incarnation.

The Black Slaves of Prussia: An Open Letter Addressed to General Smuts

  • Author: Frank Weston
  • Publisher: Univ. Mission to Central Africa
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 26

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Frank Weston’s letter to General Smuts brought to the general’s attention the fate of people in German East Africa. As a missionary bishop, Weston pointed out that the African people had fought for the British and would be in danger if Germany were allowed to regain control of the territory.

Frank Weston (1871–1924) was an Anglican clergyman who served as bishop of Zanzibar (present-day Tanzania) in 1908–1924. He was a staunch Anglo-Catholic, belonging to the wing of the Anglican Church that emphasized the church’s continuity with its Roman Catholic heritage rather than its Protestant identity. Weston became involved in the bitter Kikuyu controversy of 1913–1914, where he objected to the Protestant federation, and in particular to the exchange of pulpits and the admission of non-Anglicans to communion in Anglican churches. He is also the author of The One Christ: An Enquiry into the Manner of the Incarnation.

Conquering and to Conquer

  • Author: Frank Weston
  • Publisher: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 93

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In this book, Frank Weston attempts to answer the question, “If God is love, why did he allow the war and, having allowed it, why didn’t he stop it?” Weston handles this age-old question with love and sympathy in a way that is still relevant today.

Frank Weston (1871–1924) was an Anglican clergyman who served as bishop of Zanzibar (present-day Tanzania) in 1908–1924. He was a staunch Anglo-Catholic, belonging to the wing of the Anglican Church that emphasized the church’s continuity with its Roman Catholic heritage rather than its Protestant identity. Weston became involved in the bitter Kikuyu controversy of 1913–1914, where he objected to the Protestant federation, and in particular to the exchange of pulpits and the admission of non-Anglicans to communion in Anglican churches. He is also the author of The One Christ: An Enquiry into the Manner of the Incarnation.

The Christ and His Critics: An Open Pastoral Letter to European Missionaries of His Diocese

  • Author: Frank Weston
  • Publisher: A.R. Mowbray & Co. Ltd.
  • Publication Date: 1919
  • Pages: 204

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Frank Weston wrote this letter to European missionaries to encourage them to decline Rome’s offer of peace. He also addressed heretical teachings about Jesus Christ, which denied his inerrancy as a teacher, his miracles, and his essential deity.

Frank Weston (1871–1924) was an Anglican clergyman who served as bishop of Zanzibar (present-day Tanzania) in 1908–1924. He was a staunch Anglo-Catholic, belonging to the wing of the Anglican Church that emphasized the church’s continuity with its Roman Catholic heritage rather than its Protestant identity. Weston became involved in the bitter Kikuyu controversy of 1913–1914, where he objected to the Protestant federation, and in particular to the exchange of pulpits and the admission of non-Anglicans to communion in Anglican churches. He is also the author of The One Christ: An Enquiry into the Manner of the Incarnation.

The Revelation of Eternal Love: Christianity Stated in Terms of Love

  • Author: Frank Weston
  • Publisher: A.R. Mowbray & Co. Ltd.
  • Publication Date: 1920
  • Pages: 192

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In this book, Frank Weston presents a series of studies on the theme that the love of God is the basis of both Christian conduct and the Christian Creed. Weston begins with the Apostle John’s statement that God is love and then proceeds to answer the question of what we understand about love.

Frank Weston (1871–1924) was an Anglican clergyman who served as bishop of Zanzibar (present-day Tanzania) in 1908–1924. He was a staunch Anglo-Catholic, belonging to the wing of the Anglican Church that emphasized the church’s continuity with its Roman Catholic heritage rather than its Protestant identity. Weston became involved in the bitter Kikuyu controversy of 1913–1914, where he objected to the Protestant federation, and in particular to the exchange of pulpits and the admission of non-Anglicans to communion in Anglican churches. He is also the author of The One Christ: An Enquiry into the Manner of the Incarnation.

In His Will: Retreat Addresses

  • Author: Frank Weston
  • Publisher: The Macmillan Co.
  • Publication Date: 1922
  • Pages: 183

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In this work, Frank Weston preaches to the Association of the Community of the Sacred Passion about the will of God, the love of God, and the passion of Jesus Christ. Weston emphasizes that the main point of a retreat is to listen to God, speak to God, and learn to be alone with God.

Frank Weston (1871–1924) was an Anglican clergyman who served as bishop of Zanzibar (present-day Tanzania) in 1908–1924. He was a staunch Anglo-Catholic, belonging to the wing of the Anglican Church that emphasized the church’s continuity with its Roman Catholic heritage rather than its Protestant identity. Weston became involved in the bitter Kikuyu controversy of 1913–1914, where he objected to the Protestant federation, and in particular to the exchange of pulpits and the admission of non-Anglicans to communion in Anglican churches. He is also the author of The One Christ: An Enquiry into the Manner of the Incarnation.

Frank, Bishop of Zanzibar

  • Author: H. Maynard Smith
  • Publisher: The Macmillan Co.
  • Publication Date: 1926
  • Pages: 326

In this biography about Bishop Frank Weston, H. Maynard Smith states that he has written neither an ecclesiastical tract nor a political pamphlet. He simply wrote about the life of a man, attempting to interpret Weston’s actions for those who had misunderstood his conduct.

H. Maynard Smith (1869–1949) was a writer and reverend in the Anglican Church. He wrote theological essays, historical works, and detective fiction novels. He is also the author of The Epistle of S. James: Lectures.