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Addleshaw: The High Church Tradition
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Posted on 03/05/2005 11:04:36 AM PST by sionnsar
​ I have recently read the Addleshaw book and commend it for an in depth understanding of what the Anglican fathers of the early 17th century taught and believed about the Church that was being shaped in England a generation after the break with Rome. Here is a chapter in Addleshaw's book that you can click on here to read. The chapter is Liturgy and Community
. There are often misunderstandings about what Anglican's believed about liturgy, ecclesiology, sacramentology, polity, etc. Addleshaw's book can provide the reader with a well-balanced and historically accurate approach to what was believed and taught in the English Catholic Church.
Any comments are welcome.
TOPICS: Mainline Protestant
When I posted the Addleshaw chapter below, I forgot to mention that the entire book is on line. So, Antonio, if you are reading from Argentina(!) much of this will answer the questions you raised in our discussion on Eucharist
and what Anglicans believed about sacrifice in reference to the Roman church. Enjoy!
posted by Jeff
posted on 03/05/2005 11:04:38 AM PST
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