This subject explores the development of Anglican faith and life within the broad catholic tradition of the Church. It examines the distinctive features of method and content in Anglican theology through selected studies in ecclesiology, ethics, worship and spirituality. Special attention is given to the analysis of the writings of major Anglican theologians and influential commentaries on Anglican history and tradition. Anglicanism in the Australian context will also be explored.
School of Theology
Graduate Diploma of Theology
THL315 Paired Subject
- the origin and development of Anglican faith and life - Anglican theological motifs and theological method - the problem of Anglican identity - ecclesiology, ethics and spirituality in the Anglican tradition - the place of Anglicanism in contemporary global Christianity - the Anglican church in Australia - selected Anglican theologians, poets and mystics - selected movements in Anglican history
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