In this address, first given as a paper to Romanian Orthodox theologians, the author describes the particular significance of the doctrines of the Trinity and of the Incarnation in Anglican theology, from the end of the sixteenth century to modern times.
Trinity and Incarnation in Anglican Tradition
LENGTH: 18 pages
Fairacres Publications 68
A paper to Romanian Orthodox theologians, describing the significance of the Trinity and the Incarnation in Anglican theology from the sixteenth century onwards.
A. M. Allchin
140 x 210 mm
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Arthur MacDonald Allchin (1930-2010), best known as Donald Allchin, was ordained priest in 1957 and later became a Canon of Canterbury Cathedral. He first gained recognition as a writer with ‘The Silent Rebellion’, a study of the nineteenth-century recovery of the monastic life in the Anglican Church. He was Warden for many years of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God and the Society of the Sacred Cross at Tymawr. His interests in ecumenism and in the language, religion and culture of Wales were reflected in his becoming Director of the St Theosevia Centre for Christian Spirituality in Oxford 1987-94 and subsequently an honorary Professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Wales in Bangor.
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