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English canon law : essay in honour of Bishop Eric Kemp

Author: Norman Doe; Eric Kemp
Publisher: Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [Repr.]View all editions and formats
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This collection of essays seeks to acknowledge the lifetime contribution of Eric Kemp to the study, teaching and reform of the ecclesiastical laws of England, and to re-evaluate the development and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Bibliographie
Named Person: Eric Waldram Kemp
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Doe; Eric Kemp
ISBN: 0708314783 9780708314784
OCLC Number: 633101966
Description: 153 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: Contents Foreword by the Archbishop of Canterbury Editorial Preface Bibliography of the Main Publications of Bishop Eric Kemp Robert Ombres Lanfranc, Anselm, and a New Consciousness of Canon Law in England Dr Gillian Evans, University of Cambridge. Lyndwood and the Canon Law: Ther Papal Plenitudo Potestatis and the College of Cardinals Monsignor Brian Ferme, Gregorian Pontifical University, Rome. The Canons of 1603: The Contemporary Understanding Professor Richard Helmholz, University of Chicago. The Strange Afterlife of the Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticarum Gerald Bray, Professor of Anglican Studies at the University of Samford, U.S.A. Ecclesiology, Ecumenism and Canon Law Fr. Robert Ombres, Blackfriars, Oxford. Bishops: Anglican and Catholic Rt Revd Christopher Hill, Bishop of Stafford, Consecration, lus Liturgicum and the Canons Judge Rupert Bursell, QC, Chancellor of the Dioceses of Durham and St. Albans. Church and State in a Changing World Revd Thomas Glyn Watkin, Direcor of the Centre for Contemporary Civil Law Studies and Senior Lectrurer at the Cardiff Law School Ecclesiastical Quasi-Legislation Dr Norman Doe, senior lecturer at Cardiff Law School and director of the LL.M in canon law. Judicial Review of Ecclesiastical Courts Mark Hill, Barrister. Religious Education and Worship in State Schools David Harte, Senior Lecturer, Newcastle Law School, University of Newcastle. Establishment in its European Context Professor David McClean, Professor of Law in the University of Sheffield.
Responsibility: ed. by Norman Doe [und weitere].

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'... Canon law is often seen as a rather arcane business, but the contributors to this readable and beautifully-produced collection treat it as an aspect of the Church living in the real world ... Read more...

 
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