A constitutional study of the Church of England in Australia, 1847-1872
There have always been those who prefer to see the building up of an organisational framework for the Church as detracting from its main task. But it has not been the form or extent of organisation which has determined whether the wider work of the Church has been helped or hindered; rather, it has been the ease with which that organisation has been able to adapt to changing circumstances which has been important. In the nineteenth century, the various churches in the Australian colonies all...[Show more]
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