Journal of Anglican Studies


Journal of Anglican Studies

Publisher: SAGE Publications

The Journal of Anglican Studies provides a serious scholarly
conversation on all aspects of Anglicanism as a religious tradition. It
is open to all aspects of that tradition including history, theology,
worship, ethics, scripture, canon law, aesthetics and education. The
Journal is concerned with every aspect of Anglicanism.

Anglicans live in many different cultural contexts. How such a faith is
expressed in the particular and shared across the globe is a key issue
in this tradition. Because it is international and global the Journal of
Anglican Studies focuses on this issue and offers a distinctive and
unique contribution to the understanding of Anglicanism. At the same
time is also provides a window into the nature of the global environment
in which the human family seeks to find its way.

ISSN: 1740-3553


Dr Bruce Kaye
The University of New South Wales


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Abstracts available online. Articles availabe in PDF format.

Current Issue: October 1 2004, Volume 2, No. 2

Date: 27 April 2005

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
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