Church Without Walls
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About "Church Without Walls"
An account of what it means to be an Australian Anglican. Provides a sketch of the history of the Anglican church in Australia and outlines the faith of the Anglican church in Australia as reflected in its constitution and formularies, its theological traditions, its theological method and its theological focal points. Argues that the heritage of Anglicanism can be restated in modern vocabulary and rejuvenated to serve the needs of contemporary Australian society. Includes index and bibliography. Author is a distinguished Australian scholar who is currently General Secretary of the Anglican Church of Australia, General Synod. He has published widely in the fields of theology, ethics, history and biblical exegesis.
Meet the Author
Bruce Kaye has been general secretary of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Australia since 1994. He is currently a trustee of the Anglican Communion Trust, a member of the Inter Anglican Theological and Doctrinal Commission and the founding editor of the Journal of Anglican Studies. His recent books are Church without Walls: Being Anglican in Australia(1994), Godly Citizens (1999) and Web of Meaning (2000), and he was general editor of the widely acclaimed Anglicanism in Australia: A History (2002). For his significant contribution to Australian Anglicianism Dr Kaye has had a set of essays published in his honour entitled Agendas For Australian Anglicanism.