Colin Buchanan's The A to Z of Anglicanism (A to Z Guides) PDF

By Colin Buchanan

ISBN-10: 0810868423

ISBN-13: 9780810868427

Anglicanism arguably originated in 1534 while Parliament handed the Act of Supremacy, which transferred papal energy over the Church of britain to the king. this day, nearly 550 dioceses can be found around the globe, not just in England, but in addition all over that the British Empire's sector of impression prolonged. With an anticipated overall club of approximately seventy five million, Anglicanism is without doubt one of the biggest and so much various Christian denominations. With any such lengthy historical past and common flock, it's not effortless to maintain tune of the diversities of a spiritual neighborhood that has no longer ceased adapting on the grounds that its inception. 1000s of entries on major people and occasions, techniques and associations, rituals and liturgy, and nationwide groups, make this a useful reference for spiritual historians, theologians, and researchers. additionally incorporated are an advent, a chronology that lines the church's evolution over the years, and a bibliography.

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1931 Bonn Agreement with Old Catholic Churches. 1933 Adolf Hitler comes to power in Germany. xxxvi • CHRONOLOGY 1936 King George V dies. Edward VIII succeeds him, but soon abdicates. George VI becomes king. Spanish Civil War begins. 1937 Life and Work Conference at Oxford. Faith and Order Conference in Edinburgh. 1938 Conference at Utrecht initiates moves toward a World Council of Churches and appoints a provisional committee. 1939 gins. Spanish Civil War ends with Franco’s victory. World War II be- 1941 Pearl Harbor leads to the United States joining Britain and to Japan joining Germany in World War II.

William III continues to rule as sole sovereign. Consecration of George Hickes by nonjuring bishops begins the continuation of nonjuring succession. 1698 Foundation of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. 1700 Act of Settlement. 1701 Foundation of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 1702 King William III dies; Queen Anne inherits. 1703 Birth of John Wesley. 1707 Act of Union unites England and Wales with Scotland under one Parliament—though with two differing church establishments.

1887 Inauguration of the province of Japan (Nippon Sei Ko Kai). 1888 Third Lambeth Conference, led by Edward White Benson as archbishop of Canterbury. 1890 Bishop of Lincoln is tried before the archbishop’s court for ceremonial irregularities; The “Lincoln Judgment” goes largely in his favor. Cardinal Newman dies. 1892 Revision of PECUSA Book of Common Prayer. 1896 Leo XIII issues encyclical, Apostolicae Curae, condemning Anglican ordinations. Archbishop Benson dies, succeeded by Frederick Temple.

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