Anglicanism: A Very Short Introduction: A Very Short Introduction by Mark ChapmanAnglicanism: A Very Short Introduction: A Very Short Introduction by Mark Chapman

Anglicanism: A Very Short Introduction: A Very Short Introduction

byMark Chapman

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What is Anglicanism? How is it different from other forms of Christianity, and how did it come to have so many different versions throughout the world? Although originally united by location and a common belief, Anglicanism has gradually lost its pre-eminence as the English state church due to increasing pluralisation and secularisation. While there are distinctive themes and emphases which emerge from its early history and theology, there islittle sense of unity in Anglicanism today. In Anglicanism: A Very Short Introduction, Mark Chapman highlights the diversity of contemporary Anglicanism by exploring its fascinating history, theology, and structures. Putting the history and development of the religion into context, Chapman reveals what it is that holds Anglicanism togetherdespite the recent crises that threaten to tear it apart.
Mark Chapman is Vice-Principal of Ripon College, Oxford, and is a historian and historical theologian. He has written extensively on religion and its role in society. He is editor of numerous books and journals, and his publications include iBy what authority? Authority, Ministry and the Catholic Church /i(1997), iLiturgy, Socialism a...
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Title:Anglicanism: A Very Short Introduction: A Very Short IntroductionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:168 pages, 6.85 × 4.37 × 0.41 inPublished:July 15, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0192806939

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Table of Contents

1. What is Anglicanism?2. Establishing the Church3. Struggles for Identity4. The Global Communion5. The Future of Anglicanism