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Books and compilations

The Truth Shall Set You Free

lb15The Truth Shall Set You Free (ed) Charles Raven

Jesus’ words ‘The Truth Shall Set You Free’ (John 8:32) are the motto text of the Canterbury Compass Rose, a design set in the floor of the nave of Canterbury Cathedral in 1988 and subsequently adopted as the symbol of the Anglican Communion.

 

Published for GAFCON 2013.

 

 

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The Church, Women Bishops and Provision

The Church, Women Bishops and Provision: The Integrity of Orthodox Objections to the Proposed Legislation Allowing Women Bishops.

Why, since the Bible affirms that in Christ 'there is neither male nor female' (Galatians 3:28), do those who stress the importance of biblical orthodoxy in church life object to the proposed women bishops legislation?

This book was commissioned in November 2010 by a number of members of General Synod.  Some are in favour of women priests and women bishops, some are not in favour, but all want to see the theological arguments being more fully explored, since these have not been adequately addressed in General Synod debates over the years.

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The Faith We Confess

The Faith We ConfessThe Faith We Confess: An Exposition of the 39 Articles by Gerald Bray.

The Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion are one of the three historic 'formularies' (constitutional documents) of the Church of England. Along with the Book of Common Prayer and the Ordinal they gave the church its distinctive identity at the time of the Reformation, an identity which has had a formative influence on worldwide Anglicanism. The English formularies have played an exceptionally important role in shaping the Anglican Communion and they continue to serve as reference points whenever it is necessary to think in terms of a common Anglican tradition.

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Preachers, Pastors and Ambassadors

Preachers, Pastors, and Ambassadors: Puritan Wisdom for Today's Church edited by Lee Gatiss.

Puritan ministers saw themselves as ambassadors for God, called to proclaim his word and shepherd his people. They sought to pastor and lead people through the word clearly preached and the sacraments rightly administered, and by means of a godly church discipline. In this second compilation of recent St. Antholin lectures, we see and hear the Puritans in action, and are encouraged to apply their godly wisdom in our own day.

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Pilgrims, Warriors, and Servants

Pilgrims, Warriors, and ServantsPilgrims, Warriors, and Servants: Puritan Wisdom for Today's Church edited by Lee Gatiss.

'Puritans,' says J I Packer, 'saw themselves as God’s pilgrims, travelling home, God’s warriors, battling against the world, the flesh, and the devil, and God’s servants, under orders to do all the good they could as they went along.'

In this first compilation of St. Antholin’s Lectures we are brought face to face with those heroes of the past and are encouraged to apply their godly wisdom in our own day.

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