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Threefold key to Anglicanism

Hooker was our sure foundation, declares Kenneth Stevenson


A Passionate Balance: The Anglican tradition
Alan Bartlett

Darton, Longman & Todd £9.95 (978-0-232-52596-0)
Church Times Bookshop £8.95

IN THIS readable book, Alan Bartlett, who teaches Anglican Studies at Cranmer Hall, Durham, provides a well-researched introduction to the Anglican tradition of spirituality. As the title suggests, his overall approach to the ...

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Smug and weird — no wonder it’s a turn-off

Congregations need to welcome newcomers with a sensitivity to their questions and doubts, says Christopher Whitby  Read More

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