1. the faith and doctrine and practice of the Anglican Church
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  • He has three main sets of conclusions: that Elizabeth learned important lessons of statecraft from the bitter failures of her sister Mary's reign, that her attitude to religion was a sincere adherence to what evolved into High Church Anglicanism, and that her attitudes to both marriage and religion were perhaps crucially formed during her residence with her father's last wife and her second husband, Thomas Seymour. November Books 31 and 32) Two books about Elizabeth I
  • The current pace of cultural change and seemingly irresistible forces of globalization present distinctive challenges to the future of Anglicanism.
  • But the landmark could quickly be overshadowed by divisions in the Church over the Bible and sexuality throughout world Anglicanism.
  • Anglicanism enjoyed its dominant position in the plantation colonies, endowed with glebe lands, housed in parish churches, and staffed with a university-educated clergy.
  • His kind of Anglicanism is benign and pretty harmless. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rather than agree to this demand to disaffiliate from Anglicanism, Pittsburgh's All Saints Episcopal Anglican Church last month walked away from the building it had inhabited since 1928. Twenty-First Century Excommunication
  • As we are quick to tout the southward expansion of Anglicanism as evidence of its catholicity, we cannot reasonably expect that Africans and Asians will always march in lockstep with traditional Western theology.
  • Anglicanism that seemed to carry with it innumerable "shalts" and "shalt nots," disagreeable to the natural man or woman, soon found her a tiring and trying companion. Lady Rose's Daughter
  • Such an approach coheres better with normative Anglicanism.
  • English Protestantism which combined diverse ele - ments from the older traditions of Puritanism, Meth - odism, and Anglicanism. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
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