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Title: A History of Global Anglicanism
Author: Ward, Kevin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Publication Date: 2006
Hardcover; ISBN: 9780521803953
Volumes: 1; Pages: 374
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Anglicanism can be seen as irredeemably English. In this book Kevin Ward questions that assumption. He explores the character of the African, Asian, Oceanic, Caribbean and Latin American churches which are now a majority in the world-wide communion, and shows how they are decisively shaping what it means to be Anglican. While emphasising the importance of colonialism and neo-colonialism for explaining the globalisation of Anglicanism, Ward does not focus predominantly on the Churches of Britain and N. America; nor does he privilege the idea of Anglicanism as an 'expansion of English Christianity'. At a time when Anglicanism faces the danger of dissolution Ward explores the historically deep roots of non-Western forms of Anglicanism, and the importance of the diversity and flexibility which has so far enabled Anglicanism to develop cohesive yet multiform identities around the world.Contents1. Introduction: 'not English, but Anglican'2. The Atlantic Isles and World Anglicanism3. The United States4. Canada5. The Caribbean6. Latin America7. West Africa8. Southern Africa9. East Africa10. The Middle East11. South Asia12. China13. The Asian Pacific14. Oceania15. The Anglican Communion: escaping the Anglo-Saxon captivity of the Church?