Traces the history and expression of a rich spiritual tradition.
A clear and inclusive account of the broad, rich, and developing core of Anglican spirituality as it has evolved through history. Highlighting its complexity, fallibility, occasional hesitancy and humility, Bartlett suggests that Anglican spirituality and theology has the potential to be an effective post-modern expression of the Christian faith.
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Alan Bartlett is MA Programme director and tutor in Church History, Spirituality, and Anglican Studies at Cranmer Hall, St. John s College, Durham, England, and the author of Humane Christianity.
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