Part of the One Church? Paperback

The Ordination of Women and Anglican Identity

by Roger Greenacre;

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Part of the One Church?

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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'. 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.

Part of the One Church? by Roger Greenacre was published by Canterbury Press Norwich in May 2014 and is our 50393rd best seller. The ISBN for Part of the One Church? is 9781848256279.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCanterbury Press Norwich (May 2014)
Number of Pages256
Thickness16 mm
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
Product Code4278201
Page last updated 9th March 2014
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