The Global Anglican Communion

Stephen Noll has been a watchman and participant in Anglican affairs over the past quarter century, as a priest and educator in the USA and Uganda. This highly readable anthology of his writings, often written in the heat of the battle, chronicles the departure of the Anglican establishment in North America and England from classic Christian teaching on Scripture, marriage, and church order. Here is a profound biblical and theological apologia for the Anglican Church in North America and the wider GAFCON/Global South movement. It is also a chronicle of where we have been these past 25 years, and a vision of where we might go as an orthodox “Global Anglican Communion.”

This volume is endorsed by Anglican Archbishops, Bishops and scholars around the world. It will also be of interest to those in other traditions, as it seeks to articulate an ecumenical Christian orthodoxy, which has been an historic Anglican goal.


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