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  • ISBN:
    0715157671
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    978-0715157671
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    Church House Publishing (December 4, 2002)
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    128 pages
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As a contribution to the public reception of a particular document, the book is poorly targeted.

Unpacking the Gift: Anglican Resources for Theological Reflection on "The Gift of Authority. As a contribution to the public reception of a particular document, the book is poorly targeted. It has none of the apparatus of a study volume, and its conceptual vocabulary belongs to the sphere of ecumenists and ecclesiologists, not to a general audience. Only one paper, authored by the church's local unity officer, situates the discussion in the parish context: it is by far the briefest and reads as an afterthought.

Unpacking the Gift: Anglican Resources for theological reflection on The Gift of Authority (2001). For Such a Time as This: A Renewed Diaconate in the Church of England Church House Publishing, 2001. The Eucharist: Sacrament of Unity (2001)

Unpacking the Gift: Anglican Resources for theological reflection on The Gift of Authority (2001). The Eucharist: Sacrament of Unity (2001).

Doug Gay: Remixing the Church - Towards an Emerging Ecclesiology, Donald Norwood, October 2011. The Gift of Authority: Report of the Anglican - Roman Catholic International Commission 1999, David Carter, September 2000. Jeffrey Gros, Harding Meyer & William G. Rusch: Growth in Agreement II - Reports and Agreements of Ecumenical Conversations at a World Level, 1982-1998, David Carter, October 2001

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Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission, The Gift of Authority (London, Toronto, and New York: CTS/Anglican Book Centre/Church Publishing Incorporated 1999), p. 42, para. h 60. Google Scholar. 34. Gift of Authority, p. 37. See, for example, Martin Davie's essay ‘ Yes and No – A Response to The Gift of Authority’, in Peter Fisher (e., Unpacking the Gift: Anglican Resources for Theological Reflection on The Gift of Authority (London: CHP, 2002), pp. 33–59. 38. Peter Hebblethwaite, The Runaway Church: Post-conciliar Growth or Decline (London: William Collins, 1975), especially ch.

The classic short story The Gift of the Magi is the most famous of O. Henry's stories, but the stories that follow in this collection give the reader a deeper and richer sample of O. Henry's storytelling. This collection of short stories gives the reader a wonderful selection of characters from the United States of 100 years ago.

Griswold, "The Gift of Authority", news release no. 1842, Anglican Communion News Service, 1999. 39 For a Catholic affirmation of this view, with scholarly argument, seeCommunion, Councils, and Collegiality: Some Catholic Reflections.

This collection of essays remains a valuable resource in the ongoing discussion of whether or not an Anglican covenant is the way to address the Communion's so-called 'ecclesial deficit' spoken of by the present archbishop of Canterbury. provides substantial food for thought and reflection". Sanford Lakoff Expository Times).

Association of British Theological and Philosophical Libraries A helpful roster of theological collections in the United Kingdom.

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Authority is so often "the issue behind the issues". Whether in the family, the state or the church, the question of who has authority, how they should exercise it and for what purposes is usually lurking in the background of any major debate. More than that, we live in a society which is both deeply suspicious of "the authorities" and yet anxious to discover where true authority lies. "Unpacking the Gift" is a wide-ranging collection of essays produced in response to "The Gift of Authority", the third and most recent Agreed Statement on Authority made by the Anglican - Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC), that addresses the question of authority in the church. The book sheds fresh light on questions of authority and the search for Christian unity in today's world. It should make stimulating and rewarding reading for anyone concerned with how authority should be handled and how Christians and churches can find a path to the unity for which Christ prayed. "Unpacking the Gift" is the first significant response to the statement on authority and should assist both Anglicans and Catholics in evaluating the "Gift of Authority".