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- Anglicanism is a Protestant branch of Christianity with churches throughout the world that have the same form of worship as the Church of England.
- Anglicanism is the religious tradition of the Church of England and the other autonomous members of the Anglican Communion.
- Anglicanism is the official Church of England, and its followers and traditions are based on England after the Reformation.
- Anglicanism is a particular way of being Christian -- it is the Anglican Way.
- Anglicanism is a fluid term, and spirituality is a fluid concept, so there is indeterminancy all around.
- There I found a world as alien to evangelical Anglicanism as Oxford was to Bob Jones University.
- Among a large number of converts from Anglicanism were some who brought British Catholicism a certain amount of public prestige.
- In conclusion, it would appear that religious orders for women did not root deeply in Australian Anglicanism.
- Parliament revived official Anglicanism (see Clarendon Code), but Charles's private sympathies lay with Catholicism.
- Project Canterbury has a directory of material on the history of Anglicanism in Europe.
- Anglicanism has always been about Apostolic and Patristic Christianity which seeks in every way to give the scriptures the governing role in the church.
- A first point of discussion is whether Anglicanism should be considered part of Protestantism.
- The question we are facing is whether Anglicanism, as a broadly comprehensive community of faith, can long endure.
- The real quest therefore centres on whether Anglicanism is an appropriate vehicle for being Christian today.
- Your financial support is vital to the mission and ministry of the AAC as we STAND for faithful, orthodox Anglicanism in North America.
- Orthodoxy is the best of classical Anglicanism preserved in our day, with an unquestioned link to the Apostolic Church 7.
- A new WikiProject focussing on Anglicanism and the Anglican Communion has just been initiated: WikiProject Anglicanism.
- I propose hashing out the discussion a little more fully at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Anglicanism.
- This has profound consequences for Mere Anglicanism, not just for Anglicanism.
- I want finally, to ask what are the structures and the systems that enable Mere Anglicanism.
- Most AMiA clergy are former Episcopal priests who seek to promote traditional Anglicanism through establishing new parishes in the United States.
- Nottingham soon became aware of its new Vicar, and the services at St. Mary's attracted many who valued traditional Anglicanism at its best.
- They issued a Communiqué highlighting the foundations of traditional Anglicanism and welcoming the formation of CAPAC and Common Cause.
- Modern Anglicanism is inclined to be on the defensive about the position of the Gloria in Excelsis; it is looked on as something which needs an explanation.
- I think it's time to admit that the tradition of liberal Anglicanism is finished.
- We reaffirmed our unequivocal commitment to the Anglican Communion and the faith and practice of historic Anglicanism.
- But now, living in a world gone secular, historic Anglicanism, like the nation from which it sprung, has lost its nerve.
- In an historic moment, as part of the realignment of global Anglicanism, on November 12, 2005 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Most Rev.
- A theological divide in global Anglicanism reflects a century of profound demographic changes in the church.
- This theological divide reflects the profound demographic changes that have taken place in global Anglicanism during the past hundred years.
- The Evangelical Revival of the 18th century and the Catholic Revival (Oxford Movement) of the 19th century also brought renewed vigor to Anglicanism.
- An effort to make texts of the Oxford Movement and classical Anglicanism available online.
- One last consideration as we look at the necessary end to the Western hegemony in Anglicanism: Covenant is an idea with a very old and non-Western pedigree.
- Many other traditional Anglo-Catholics have left official Anglicanism to form " continuing Anglican churches " such as the Traditional Anglican Communion.
- A recent trend has been the emergence of fundamentalism in some strands of Anglicanism.
- Anglicanism and Protestantism For more details on the on-going dialogue between Anglicanism and the wider Church, see Anglican communion and ecumenism.
- Appendix II to this address, entitled 'The Anglican Way' is the work of a group that was commissioned to articulate the tenets of Anglicanism today.
- With the rise of the Catholic Revival and the Oxford Movement in Anglicanism in the early 1800s came interest in the revival of "religious life" in England.
- Many of these are converts or the descendants of converts from Anglicanism or other Protestant denominations, or were not previously Christians.
- Religious life A small yet influential aspect of Anglicanism is its religious orders and communities.
- Anglicanism offered a shared practice that inserted individuals and communities in a historical heritage going back to Christ and earlier.
- Early in its development, Anglicanism developed a vernacular prayer book, called the Book of Common Prayer.
- In this complex and connected world, it may be that the genius of Anglicanism no longer has a place.
- But all were held within the structure of the reformed catholicism of the Church of England, in a balance that has been the genius of Anglicanism.
- A great deal of corporate energy has been expended in Anglicanism to analyse such concepts as the nature of authority, the meaning of communion and autonomy.
- Anglicanism represents the third largest Christian communion in the world, after the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches.
- Traditional Anglicanism (as expressed in the Thirty-Nine Articles) is Calvinistic in doctrine but eschews the Regulative Principle.
- Thence in March 1555 he made his way to Frankfort, where he played an important part in the first struggle between Anglicanism and Puritanism.
- Post a question or answer questions about "Saints in Anglicanism" at WikiAnswers.
- The heroes of Anglicanism throughout the world are our martyrs.
- Doctrine and practice See also: Anglicanism and Anglican doctrine Canterbury Cathedral from the southwest.
- The Oxford Movement was attacked for being a mere Romanising tendency, but it began to have an influence on the theory and practice of Anglicanism.
- Historically, the practice of auricular confession was originally a highly controversial one within Anglicanism.
- The first vision of Anglicanism sees our character as having continuing validity and perhaps being uniquely suited for our times.
- More than did Lutheran and Reformed Protestantism, Anglicanism succeeded in realizing the universal Christian ideals of the reformers.
- The Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, along with the historic Creeds, are the doctrinal standard for Anglicanism.
- When the British people settled the British Empire they took their religion with them and thus Anglicanism spread overseas.
- It is a purposely provocative juxtaposition of Anglicanism with Islam, and it is a grotesque caricature of the foundations of both religions.
- Terminology The word Anglicanism is a neologism from the 19th century; constructed from the older word Anglican.
- At the same time, Anglicanism has consistently pointed up the pastoral and teaching roles of a parish priest.
- Moreover, this is exactly the time, when the crisis of authority in Anglicanism has reached a fever pitch, to do so.
- These two trends are underway at the same time, even as the structures and systems of Anglicanism are shifting.
- Anglicanism desperately needs to rediscover the beating of the bounds.
- Affiliation with ACN gathers dioceses and congregations as a true and legitimate expression of Anglicanism.
- In the past the spirituality and doctrine of Anglicanism has been rooted in worship; lex orandi, lex credendi.
- While they share a dedication to biblical authority, the Great Commission and the historic faith and order of Anglicanism, the two are separate entities.
- Modern Anglicanism can learn a salutary lesson from the order which the liturgists read into the 1662 Eucharist.
- Any new order should return to the foundational roots of American Anglicanism.
- Its horizon is ecumenical and it offers a vision of the role which Anglicanism could again play in the renewal of the universal Church.' Lesslie Newbigin.
- Yet these tensions have simply highlighted the theological fissures and fatigues which have been part of Anglicanism from its origins.
- Yet it is the so-called Elizabethan Settlement to which the origins of Anglicanism are traditionally ascribed.
- Yet it is the so-called " Elizabethan Religious Settlement " to which the origins of Anglicanism are traditionally ascribed.
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