STUDIES IN EPISCOPAL AND ANGLICAN THEOLOGY
C. K. Robertson General Editor
“The links which bind us to that historic past are not fetters upon the free and enterprising spirit which is essential to progress.” (Encyclical Letter of the Fifth Lambeth Conference of Bishops, 1908)
In these early years of the twenty-first century, we who claim an Anglican identity are reminded again of the importance of both our historic past and an enterprising spirit as we engage numerous theological issues and controversies which occupy our time, energy, and imagination. Through the work of both established and emerging scholars within the Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion, this series explores a broad range of topics, including ecumenical and interfaith relations, human sexuality and gender equality, biblical authority and ecclesial structures, ministry theory and praxis, sacramental theology, and religious foundations for advocacy. Volumes in the series are in the form of monographs, revised dissertations, and compilations of essays.
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