Catholicism in Anglican culture and theology : responses to crisis in England (1937-1949)
This thesis views the Catholic tendency in English Anglicanism within the context of its wider theological and cultural environment, exploring its responses to the crises of 1937 to 1949. A preliminary chapter discusses the wartime writings of neo-orthodox writers D.R. Davies and Melville Chaning-Pearce, and the Evangelical Bishop Christopher Chavasse, as non-Catholic Anglicans who dissociated themselves from liberal Protestantism. These groups emphasised original sin and redemption, and...[Show more]
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