By Kevin Ward
Anglicanism may be noticeable as irredeemably English. during this publication Kevin Ward questions that assumption. He explores the nature of the African, Asian, Oceanic, Caribbean and Latin American church buildings that are now a majority within the world-wide communion, and indicates how they're decisively shaping what it ability to be Anglican. whereas emphasising the significance of colonialism and neo-colonialism for explaining the globalisation of Anglicanism, Ward doesn't concentration predominantly at the church buildings of england and N. the United States; nor does he privilege the assumption of Anglicanism as an 'expansion of English Christianity'. At a time whilst Anglicanism faces the chance of dissolution Ward explores the traditionally deep roots of non-Western kinds of Anglicanism, and the significance of the variety and suppleness which has to this point enabled Anglicanism to improve cohesive but multiform identities worldwide.
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Until the latter part of the twentieth century this uniformity was often regarded as a strength of worldwide Anglicanism. Now it is more likely to be seen, at least by native English speakers, as a somewhat bizarre and exotic survival. For a long time the Church of England did not use hymns in its formal services, relying on metrical psalms. In the eighteenth century, hymn singing became a vital component of the Evangelical Revival. The Church of England was rather late in incorporating hymns into the normal structure of its worship, and when it did so in the mid nineteenth century, it tended to be the Anglo-Catholic, rather than the Evangelical hymns of the previous century, which provided the distinctive ethos of Anglican hymn books.
11 With the triumph of William of Orange (King Billy) over the Catholic king, James II, at the battle of the Boyne in 1690, Catholicism seemed decisively defeated as a political force. During the ‘Protestant Ascendancy’ of the eighteenth century, Catholic gentry were dispossessed of their land and denied access to the professions. Some Catholic families felt constrained 10 11 Stephen Howe critically examines this idea in Ireland and Empire (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000). Toby Barnard, Irish Protestant Ascents and Descents 1641–1770 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004), Chapter 4.
They were overwhelmingly translations from hymns belonging to the European or American tradition, with the significant exception of the Tamil Church of South India, where there was a long tradition of local composition. The extensive diffusion of solfa notation in the early twentieth century was intended to impose a musical orthodoxy. But hymn singing is rarely entirely amenable to precise direction of this nature. Hymns began to take on a resonance, in word and music, which may well be very different from that originally intended.
History global anglicanism by Kevin Ward