Comprehensive Survey of the Anglican Communion Today

Companion to the Anglican Communion
Co-Edited by the Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry

Book_Anglican_Communion_2013.jpegIn collaboration with three other editors from Virginia Theological seminary, Justyn Terry has worked to produce a substantial volume of essays about the Anglican Communion.

At more than 750 pages, Companion to the Anglican Communion explores every aspect of the Anglican Communion – from analyzing its instruments of unity, to its central role in interfaith communication, to each of its 44 provinces, to the role of women in the church.

  • History
  • Structures of the Communion
  • Provinces
  • Themes

The 65 substantial articles provide a comprehensive survey
of the Anglican Communion today

 

As a collaborative work, this volume includes contributions from scholars across the Anglican Communion including a number of friends of Trinity School for Ministry such as the Rt. Rev. Dr. Benjamin Kwashi (Trustee), the Rt. Rev. Abraham Nhial (MAR 2008), the Rt. Rev. Mouneer Hanna Anis, the Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry (Dean and President), the Rev. Cn. Dr. John Macdonald (Faculty), Mr. Hugo Blankingship (Trustee Emeritus), the Rt. Rev. Dr. Michael Nazir-Ali, the Most Rev. Dr. George Carey, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Grant LeMarquand (former member of the faculty), and the Rev. Dr. Julian Linnell (MDiv 2003).

Wiley-Blackwell (2013), $195

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