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Anglicanism and Pan-Evangelicalism  

Alister McGrath

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Oct 2015
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Jul 2016
This chapter considers the emergence of the complex relationship between Anglicanism and a broader evangelical movement (often known as ‘pan-evangelicalism’) which transcends ... More

Congregational Life  

Robin Gill

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Oct 2015
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Jul 2016
The rapidly growing discipline of Congregational Studies, which draws on insights from across a number of different academic field, offers a particularly interesting and relatively ... More

Jesuit Theater and Drama  

Kevin J. Wetmore Jr.

The historic Jesuit theater represents two centuries of didactic theater in which the Society of Jesus, following both the organizational instructions andSpiritual Exercisesof founder ... More

Jesuits and India  

Leonard Fernando SJ

Jesuits have been a continuing presence in India since the sixteenth century. With the help of local people, they not only spread the Christian faith but also did a lot for the growth of ... More

Mission  

Cathy Ross

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Oct 2015
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Jul 2016
This chapter discusses Anglican practice of and engagement in mission, concluding with some suggested future trajectories. The Five Marks of Mission are considered in some detail along ... More

Politics  

Thabo Makgoba

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Oct 2015
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Jul 2016
For Anglicans there has never been a distinct division between public and private, political and personal, when it comes to matters of faith and their application in Christian ethics. This ... More

Religious Responses to the 2011 Tsunami in Japan  

Levi McLaughlin

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Apr 2016
Scholars have recently begun synthesizing data on the massive aid response by religious organizations after the March 11, 2011, compound earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disasters in ... More

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