Thomas, Paul W.
July 2004
Expository Times;Jul2004, Vol. 115 Issue 10, p331
Academic Journal
Contemplates on the authority of the Anglican Church over its church members. Views of Anglicans on their church; Assumption that Anglicanism has tended to be somewhat easygoing in the imposition of discipline on its members; Factors that contributed to the failure of the Anglican Communion to develop structures of authority over its members; Conflict in the Anglican Church due to differences in views and cultures of its members.


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