Anglicanism And The Western Christian Tradition
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An impressive line up of high profile names from the academic world and the churches reflect on the changing nature of Anglicanism’s relations with the Catholic Church from the Reformation to the present day. A key text for libraries, colleges and all students of church history and ecumenical relations, this volume is based on a prestigious set of lectures given in Rome in 2002. Anglican and Catholic voices together explore continuity and change in the Anglican church and its relations with Rome from its earliest days, through the Elizabethan era, Civil War, the age of Hooker, the Oxford Movement and in its becoming a worldwide communion.