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Author: Bruce Kaye
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Title: Reinventing Anglicanism: A Vision of Confidence, Community and Engagement in Anglican Christianity
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Reinventing Anglicanism: A Vision of Confidence, Community and Engagement in Anglican Christianity by Bruce Kaye



Using the experience of the Anglican Church in Australia, Bruce Kaye tracks the modern story of Australian Anglicanism and reconsiders key elements of the New Testament, the English Reformation, and the ongoing theological tradition that relate to this story.

Anglicanism world-wide faces many problems in the post-Empire era. Churches that were originally founded as colonial and missionary outposts by Great Britain and the United States have now become autonomous Anglican provinces; and what used to be a predominantly white, Anglo-Saxon group of churches in the northern hemisphere has become a truly global community, most of whose members live in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific. Using the experience of the Anglican Church in Australia, Bruce Kaye tracks the modern story of Australian Anglicanism and reconsiders key elements.

Reinventing Anglicanism: A Vision of Confidence, Community, and Engagement in Anglican Christianity. Reinventing Anglicanism: A Vision of Confidence, Community, and Engagement in Anglican Christianity. Anglicanism," in the sense in which Bruce Kaye is keen to reinvent it, consists not so much in a teaching or a set of theological ideas as in a sociopolitical movement which has the form and direction it has because it conceives itself in a certain way. It is constituted by its self-meaning, and that meaning needs to be rethought. The point is not to start all over, but to evaluate what Anglicanism has been, winnowing wheat from chaff, so as to promote some of its constituent meanings and set others aside.

Reinventing Anglicanism : A Vision of Confidence, Community and Engagement in Anglican Christianity. Anglicanism world-wide faces huge problems in the post-Empire era.

Kaye, B Reinventing Anglicanism: A vision of confidence, community and engagement in Anglican Christianity (Church Publishing, NY, 2003) A global Anglican elder statesman offers a look at Anglican history, polity and tradition, with a particular focus on the Anglican Church in Australia. Presler, T Horizons of Mission (Cowley Publications, 2001) Written by one of the US Episcopal Church’s foremost missiologists, drawing upon his experience also in Africa.

Toronto: Anglican Book Centre, c. 1990. New York: Church Publishing, 2004. McGrath, Alistair E. The Renewal of Anglicanism. Harrisburg, P. Morehouse Publishing, 1993.

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Using the experience of the Anglican Church in Australia, Bruce Kaye tracks the modern story of Australian Anglicanism and reconsiders key elements of the New Testament, the English Reformation, and the ongoing theological tradition that relate to this story.

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Anglicanism world-wide faces huge problems in the post-Empire era. Churches that were originally founded as colonial and missionary outposts by Great Britain and the United States have now become autonomous Anglican provinces; and what used to be a predominantly white, Anglo-Saxon group of churches in the northern hemisphere has become a truly global community, most of whose members live in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific. Using the experience of the Anglican Church in Australia, Bruce Kaye tracks the modern story of Australian Anglicanism and reconsiders key elements of the New Testament, the English Reformation, and the ongoing theological tradition that relate to this story.