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Our Unity in Christ

The Series to Date
Tuesday, September 06, 2011 at 11:19 am
An index to Our Unity in Christ, The Living Church’s series of essays on the proposed Anglican Covenant.

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Our Unity in Christ
In Support of the Anglican Covenant
An Apologetic Series

Our Unity in Christ: Introduction
Feb. 25, 2011
By the Rev. Matthew A. Gunter, rector, St. Barnabas Church, Glen Ellyn, Illinois; and Dr. Christopher Wells, executive director, the Living Church Foundation.

An Ardent Longing
Feb. 25, 2011
By Dr. Christopher Wells

Embodying a Self-aware Anglicanism
March 11, 2011
By the Rev. Matthew A. Gunter

Catholicity Outweighs Autonomy
April 1, 2011
By the Rev. Canon Dr. Paul Avis, general secretary of the Church of England’s Council for Christian Unity and canon theologian of Exeter Cathedral; editor of the journal Ecclesiology and author of several books on Anglicanism, including The Identity of Anglicanism: Essentials of Anglican Ecclesiology (T&T Clark, 2008).

Belonging Together
April 8, 2011
By the Rt. Rev. Geoffrey Rowell, third Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe.

Committing Unity to Print
April 29, 2011
By the Very Rev. Canon David Richardson, dean emeritus of Melbourne and honorary provincial canon of Canterbury, director of the Anglican Centre in Rome and the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the Holy See.

Building on a Solid Foundation
May 5, 2011
By the Most Rev. Ian Ernest, Bishop of Mauritius and Archbishop of the Province of the Indian Ocean, and current chairman of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA).

Recognizably Anglican
May 20, 2011
By the Rev. Dr. George R. Sumner, principal and Helliwell Professor of World Mission at Wycliffe College, Toronto.

Families and Accountability
June 3, 2011
By the Rt. Rev. Dr. R. Mwita Akiri, founding Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Tarime, Tanzania. He is also a Research Professor of African Church History and Missiology at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, since 2007. He is a member of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) and the Advisory Council of the Anglican Health Network.

Eyeball-to-Eyeball Communion
June 17, 2011
By the Most Rev. Thabo C. Makgoba, Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town and Metropolitan of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.

Choosing Mutuality
July 1, 2011
By the Rev. Canon Dr. Alyson Barnett-Cowan, a longtime ecumenist for the Anglican Church of Canada and Director for Unity, Faith and Order for the Anglican Communion.

Make Peace, not Schism
July 22, 2011
By the Rev. Michael Cover, a doctoral student in theology at the University of Notre Dame and an assisting priest at St. Paul’s Church, Mishawaka, Indiana.

A Covenant of Consideration
Aug. 5, 2011
By the Rt. Rev. John C. Bauerschmidt, 11th Bishop of Tennessee.

Section 4: Commitment in Word and Deed
Aug. 19, 2011
By the Rev. Dr. Andrew Goddard, a member of the leadership team of Fulcrum who has taught at Trinity College, Bristol, and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford.

Relationship, Definition, Accountability
Aug. 26, 2011
By the Rev. Nathaniel W. Pierce, a retired Episcopal priest who currently serves as worship leader of St. Philip’s Church, Quantico, Maryland, in the Diocese of Easton.

The Anglican Communion: A Brief History Lesson
Sept. 12, 2011
By the Rev. Dr. Robert Prichard, a professor of church history at Virginia Theological Seminary and current president of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church.

Greeting the Saints
Sept. 23, 2011
By the Rt. Rev. Victoria Matthews, eighth Bishop of Christchurch, New Zealand, and a member of the Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity Faith and Order.

From Autonomy to Communion
Oct. 7, 2011
By Titre Ande Georges, Bishop of the Diocese of Aru, Democratic Republic of Congo, lecturer at the Anglican University of Congo, and a member of the Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order.

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