The Protestant Face of Anglicanism
W.B. Eerdmans, 1998 - 112 pàgines
This volume tells a story that is virtually unknown today: the Protestant background and history of Anglican Christianity. Through a fascinating exploration of the development of Anglicanism and its wider Protestant context, Paul Zahl attempts to show -- contrary to the opinion of many present-day "Anglican writers" -- that Anglicanism is not just a via media (between Rome and Geneva, for example) but has been stamped decisively by classic Protestant insights and concerns. He also discusses the implications of Anglicanism's Protestant history for our own age, suggesting that this dimension has an important contribution to make to the worldwide Christian community in the new millennium.
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