Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion Paperback

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Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion

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The Anglican Communion has seen dramatic church growth and decline across recent decades. This book provides the first detailed study of such growth and decline by means of a wide range of case studies across five continents, prefaced by a substantial introductory chapter and followed by a short conclusion. Drawing on new research from a range of disciplines, balancing western and non-western scholarship. contributors give serious attention to both the non-western and the western elements of the Anglican communion. Exploring beyond the study of Anglicanism, the volume situates the trajectories of the various provinces of Anglicanism, alongside the trajectories of other Christian churches and wider debates about secularisation and 're-sacralisation'. This book offers invaluable insights for a wide range of readers: in the Anglican church, in academia and beyond, particularly in light of the Lambeth Conference 2018.

Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion was published by Taylor & Francis Ltd in June 2016. The ISBN for Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion is 9781472433640.

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Page last updated 12th August 2016
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd (June 2016)
Number of Pages224
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
ISBN9781472433640
ISBN-101472433645
Product Code4456037
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