|TXJ 2631HF Anglican History and Theology Fall 2006|
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From the Graham Library of Trinity and Wycliffe Colleges, Anglican Authors Online
Also from the Graham Library, e-pastors online
Links page from Anglican Church of Canada website. Lots of worldwide links
Links page from the Society of Archbishop Justus
The amazing(but ever so slightly partisan) Louie Crew website
Information about the history of African American Episcopalians
Anglicans Online, a great place to start for all Anglican organizations
Information about the course
The course offers an introductory study of the Anglican tradition from the arrival of Christianity in Britain to the beginning of the twenty-first century. The unifying theme of the course is the character of Anglican identity within diversity. Given that the Anglican world is culturally very diverse, and that it comprehends a considerable variety of theological, liturgical, and ecclesiastical expressions, what is it to be an Anglican? Closely allied with this theme is the question of Anglican authority. How do Anglicans decide how (or whether) to answer the question, "What it is to be an Anglican?"
The course's primary purposes are: (1) to give students a survey knowledge of the highlights of Anglican history and theological conversation, particularly in connection with the themes of Anglican identity and authority; (2) to engage students with a few specific important documents which were theologically influential in their day and which illustrate significant themes, events, and personalities in Anglican history.
10. The Anglican world since 1867 (November 21)(Webpage may be available Nov. 20)