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All Things Anglican: Who we are and what we believe

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All Things Anglican offers a lively and accessible introduction to Anglicanism for anyone wanting to know what makes it distinctive.

Whether you are training for Anglican orders, are curious about another denomination or would like to join an Anglican Church, this guide will introduce you to the basics of Anglican identity and the ways of the Church of England.

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Kindle Edition, 144 pages
Published June 29th 2018 by Canterbury Press
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James Bunyan
Jun 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
Given it is a book to help prospective ordinands, it is very good. You get the impression that Marcus is a very good DDO. Lots of illustrative anecdotes from his time as a minister in Brazil.

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“Taking Holy Communion regularly helps us confront our habitual forgetfulness, reminding us of who we truly are by refocusing and reinforcing our identity in Christ.” pg59

Contents
1. What do we mean by Anglicanism?
2. Why does the parish down the road do things differently?- helpful and even-hande
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Barbara James
Dec 12, 2020 rated it really liked it
Because the writer is a clergyman in the Church of England, he has a fantastic understanding of Anglican history and theology from that perspective. He is also firmly rooted in global Anglicanism through ties to Anglicans from the former nations of the Commonwealth, especially in Africa. In addition, he served as a clergyman in Brazil.

But the book falls short with respect to Episcopal Church history.

For example, he refers to the well known "West Virginia seminary" and "missionary bishops Kinsol
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Russrook
May 23, 2020 rated it liked it
Useful 101 guide to Anglican thought and theology.
Helen
Aug 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
A clear, helpful, readable book for those venturing into ministry in the Anglican Church or those who are curious.
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Oct 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Amazing book! All i wanted to know about Anglican religion, presented in a very objective manner. A comprehensive guide to Anglican beliefs and ways of working.
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