The worldwide Anglican movement is a vibrant and flourishing, if sometimes troubled, international phenomenon. In recent decades it has experienced exponential growth, especially in parts of Africa and Asia, where dynamic evangelism and church planting are often seen. Yet for their historic roots, Anglicans across the globe continue to look back to one small but long-established province, the Church of England.
All sought to be faithful followers of Christ within the Church of England. But what were their theological passions and convictions? How did they understand their Anglican identity? These vignettes are not mini-biographies but fresh and thought-provoking explorations of ‘the heart of faith’.
Andrew Atherstone (editor) is tutor in history and doctrine, and Latimer research fellow, at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford.
The contributors are Nigel Atkinson, David Bebbington, Roger Beckwith, Gerald Bray, John Coffey, Graham Cray, Mark Dever, Alan Munden, Michael Nazir-Ali, Mark Smith, Michael Ward, Martin Wellings, David Wells and John Wolffe
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