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Part of the one church? : The ordination of women and Anglican identity

Part of the one church? : The ordination of women and Anglican identity
Part of One Church offers a classical understanding of the Church of England's identity and its place as part of the 'One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church'.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781848256279
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Publisher: CANTERBURY P.,NORWICH
Author: Greenacre Roger
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Roger Greenacre explains the theological principles behind Anglo-Catholic views of the ordination of women, addressing issues that remain topical and significant. These include issues of unity and diversity; Anglican patrimony; the relationship between the local and the universal; the distinction between independence and interdependence; and decision-making in a divided Church, especially in regard to the ordination of women. Though a supporter of the women's ordination himself, he articulates with creative courtesy the theological and ecclesiological reasoning why so many cannot accept it. Roger's frame of reference is wide: his thinking and writing are deeply enriched by the Anglican tradition and his hope is that its distinctive heritage might be brought into communion with the Church Catholic.
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