Anglicanism and the Western Catholic Tradition, by Various Authors
Anglicanism and the Western Catholic Tradition, by Eamon Duffy, Diarmaid MacCulloch and Pauline Croft. This volume includes lectures from high profile figures from academia and the Church. Anglian and Catholic voices explores continuity and change in the Anglican Church and its relations with Rome, from its earliest days onwards. "The essays are scholarly and at the same time readable and accessible. (...) Peter Lake gives a masterly account of the significance of Richard Hooker. Gerald Noel examines ARCIC and other aspects of ecumenical developments in recent decades. Those who wish to deepen their awareness of the development of Anglicanism in the context of Western Christendom, particularly in relation to Roman Catholic Church, willl gain much from this book." Gordon Geddes. "This book is worth much study and prayer. It should find a placed on the shelves of all those caught up in the history of Anglicanism." Peter Atkins, Auckland, New Zealand. Paperback edition. Number of Pages 292 Size: 216mm high x 140mm wide x 15mm thick. Please Note: This book is a Print on demand publication, delivery time approximately 5-7 working days.