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Kenneth A Locke
|Description:||xi, 219 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||The Reformation and Anglicanism --
The continuation of Protestant ecclesiology: Anglican evangelicalism from the eighteenth century to the present --
Ecclesiological ambiguities in Anglican support for episcopacy: Richard Hooker and the Caroline divines --
Further ambiguities in Anglican support for episcopacy: the eighteenth to the twentieth century --
The Anglican approach to ecclesial authority --
Anglicanism from an ecumenical perspective: dialogues with the Reformed and Lutheran churches --
Ecumenical dialogues with the Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches.
|Responsibility:||Kenneth A. Locke.|
'Locke is at his best when he discusses episcopacy, authority, and worship, the role these have played in history, and their place in current Anglican ecclesiology... Recommended.' Choice '...