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It is not often that the 39 Articles are referred to in Anglican controversies nowadays, however in recent years Article 26 from the Anglican formularies has been cited in order to undermine the stance of orthodox, bible believing Christians.
Taken to its logical conclusion that would mean that there would be no problem with receiving confi rmation or ordination at the hands of a Buddhist or Muslim bishop. These dilemmas about unworthy ministers demonstrate the need to investigate what Article 26 is and is not saying. It reveals a need to understand the real nature of Donatism.
This briefing sets the scene and shows how we must think carefully about those issues in which Article 26 is referred to today.
Mark Burkill was not brought up as a Christian but was converted at the age of 20, while studying archaeology. He considers being a minister to be the best job in the world because it deals with the most important part of people’s lives. He is married to Christina and they have three children. Mark has been vicar of Christ Church since 1991, and is Chair of the Latimer Trust.
First Published 2010: 28 pages
ISBN: 978 0 946307 82 1
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