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The Anglican Quilt

Paperback|Dec 2003
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This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over homosexuality in the Anglican Church, prompted by the appointment of openly gay bishops in USA and England, and the blessing of a gay partnership in Canada. Robert Van...


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This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over homosexuality in the Anglican Church, prompted by the appointment of openly gay bishops in USA and England, and the blessing of a gay partnership in Canada. Robert Van de Weyer offers proposals both for world-wide Anglicanism and for the Church of England. Tracing the roots of the crisis back to the foundations of Anglicanism over four centuries ago, he shows why ancient divisions have grown wider in recent decades. He argues that the two sides now need separate episcopal arrangements-yet both sides have mush to gain by remaining together in a single body.
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The world-wide church, particularly the anglican Church is increasingly split between liberals and conservatives. Can it hold together, and does it matter? Here are some well-considered, practical and acclaimed proposals that would allow the different traditions to live together.
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"This book offers a detailed plan for resolving the present crisis over homosexuality in the Anglican Church, prompted by the appointment of openly gay bishops in the USA and England, and the blessing of a gay partnership in Canada." "Tracing the roots of the crisis back to the foundations of Anglicanism over four centuries ago, Robert Van de Weyer shows why ancient divisions have grown wider in recent decades. He argues that the two sides now need separate episcopal arrangements - yet both sides have much to gain by remaining together in a single body."--BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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De Weyer Robert Van

Van de Weyer has written or edited more than forty books on religion, history, politics, and philosophy. For twenty years, he lectured in political economy at Cambridge and Anglia Universities. Ordained in the Church of England in 1981, Van de Weyer now ministers to an independent church that explores and celebrates the validity of all great world religions. He writes full-time and frequently appears on radio and television.

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