A Guide to the Church of England

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Bloomsbury Academic, Aug 19, 2008 - Religion - 264 pages
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This is a lively and informative guide to the Church of England, from its Romano-British origins to the central church structures of the twenty-first century. It defines doctrine and how to address a Dean, covers Canon Law and explores the implications of Establishment; looks at mission and maintenance, music and ministry. From the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Thirty-Nine Articles and from Royal Peculiars to inter-faith relations, this invaluable resource brings together in a single volume the diverse threads that make up the Church of England.

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Contents

The Organization of the Church of England
8
The Government of the Church of England at
28
The House of Bishops
34
Copyright

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Dr Martin Davie is Theological Secretary of the Council for Christian Unity of the Church of England and Theological Consultant to the House of Bishops. He has written or contributed to numerous books and articles in the fields of systematic theology, church history and ecclesiology and has represented the Church of England in a number of conversations with other Churches.

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