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At a time when Anglicans and Evangelicals seem to be increasingly polarized rather than part of the same tradition, an Evangelical Anglican takes a fresh look at the historical and contemporary expressions of each to assess their distinctive standpoints, to show how much common ground they share and to examine what this means for the church today. Practicing Anglicans who consider themselves on one or the other side of the debate, as well as those who would ally themselves with both traditions, will welcome this new appraisal with its insight into meeting points and mutual goals.
This is a vital contribution for all who are concerned to arrest the perception, whatever the reality, of the Anglican church's inexorable decline.
ForewordAbbreviationsIntroduction1. Understanding Anglican identity 2. Understanding Evangelical identity 3. The self-understanding of Anglican Evangelicals 4. Church and society