Anglicanism

A Canterbury Essay

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Kenneth Mason

ISBN: 978-0-7283-0117-7

LENGTH: 27 pages

Although written before many of the controversies prevalent today, this book gives a balanced assessment of the complexities of various traditions and areas of experience within the Church of England.

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Kenneth Mason draws on his knowledge of history and theology, and on his pastoral experience, to offer a balanced assessment of the complexities of various traditions and areas of experience within the Church of England. Although the essay was written before the emergence of many of the controversies prevalent in Anglicanism today, it remains useful for its insights into the character and inheritance of Anglicanism.

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ISBN

978-0-7283-0117-7

Length

27 pages

Author

Kenneth Mason

ISSN

0307-1405

Book Size

140 x 210 mm

Subtitle

A Canterbury Essay

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Author Bio

Kenneth Mason, born in 1931, was ordained priest in 1959. After eleven years in parish ministry in the Diocese of York, he moved to Canterbury, where he was engaged from 1969 to 1989 in ministerial training and education. He was then Principal of Coates Hall, the Episcopal Theological College in Edinburgh, until 1995. He now lives in retirement in the Diocese of Ripon.

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