Anglican Theology


‘Anglican theology’ as a term may relate to a tradition of Christianity pertaining to the English and requiring attention to the reformations-era. Or it may refer to insights from the family of churches (including some united churches) more or less loosely related in a so-called ‘Communion’. Or it may invite patterns of theologising which find some inspiration in the ‘Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral’ bringing into some ‘balance’ the authority of scripture, classical creeds, gospel sacraments and a ‘locally adapted’ version of episcopal oversight.

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  • Anglican
  • Anglican Communion
  • Church of England
  • English reformation
  • episcopal
  • Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral
  • Book of Common Prayer
  • comprehensiveness

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