The Developing Schism within the Episcopal Church, 1960-2010: Social Justice, Ordination of Women, Charismatics, Homosexuality, Extra-territorial Bish

The Developing Schism within the Episcopal Church, 1960-2010: Social Justice, Ordination of Women, Charismatics, Homosexuality, Extra-territorial Bish

By: Nancy C. James (author)Hardback

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I. The Changing Episcopal Church. The Influence of the 1960s.; II. The 1960s Social Justice Influence: The Life and Ministry of Bishop James Pike; III. The 1960s Charismatic Renewal. The Praising Confrontation Dennis Bennett.; IV. The Changing Character of the Episcopal Church. Ordination of Women. Gay Liberation in the Episcopal Church.; V. Powerful African Leaders. African Anglicans. East African Revival. Reflexive Action from Africa. Ugandan Christianity.; VI. 1990s Confrontations. The Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey. Radical Episcopal Leaders. A Coming Out Gay Bishop, Otis Charles.; VII. The Development of the Charismatic Churches. A Moment of Peaceful Ordinations.; VIII. New Doors Open. The Turmoil Begins. The Leadership of Peter Akinola.; IX. Episcopal General Convention, 2006. The Exodus Begins.; X. The New Colonialism: Seeking a Balance. Chancellor David Booth Beers. Theological Reception. Rushing for the Reformation. Healing from the 1960s.; XI. The Great Divide. The Rev. Luis Leon. The Deposition of Katharine Jefferts Schori.; XII. The Future of the Anglican Communion. The Anglican Structure. Questions for Further Inquiry. Archbishop Rowan Williams Speaks Out. Judgment in the Household of God.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773413979
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 276
  • ID: 9780773413979
  • ISBN10: 0773413979

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