Bishops, saints and politics : Anglican studies / Mark D. Chapman.

By: Chapman, Mark D. (Mark David), 1960-Series: T & T Clark theologyPublication details: London ; New York : T&T Clark, 2007Description: viii, 243 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780567031792 (hbk.); 0567031799 (hbk.)Subject(s): Anglican Communion -- BishopsLOC classification: BX5005 | .C53 2007
Contents:
Introduction: The history of theology and historical theology -- Part I: Bishops and authority -- The Politics of episcopacy -- Cyprianus Anglicus: St. Cyprian in Anglican interpretation -- From Carthage to Truro: Archbishop Benson and the unity of the church -- Part II: Pluralism, politics and history -- J.N. Figgis, pluralism and the voluntary church -- John Keble, Harold Laski and the politics of the Oxford Movement -- Mandell Creighton and the virtues of dullness -- Part III: Believing and discipleship -- F.D. Maurice and reciting the Creed -- William Sanday and theology, 1900-1920 -- Charles Gore, kenosis and the crisis of power -- Christ and the Gethsemane of mind: Frank Weston then and now -- Epilogue: Anglicanism after the Windsor Report.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-240) and index.

Introduction: The history of theology and historical theology -- Part I: Bishops and authority -- The Politics of episcopacy -- Cyprianus Anglicus: St. Cyprian in Anglican interpretation -- From Carthage to Truro: Archbishop Benson and the unity of the church -- Part II: Pluralism, politics and history -- J.N. Figgis, pluralism and the voluntary church -- John Keble, Harold Laski and the politics of the Oxford Movement -- Mandell Creighton and the virtues of dullness -- Part III: Believing and discipleship -- F.D. Maurice and reciting the Creed -- William Sanday and theology, 1900-1920 -- Charles Gore, kenosis and the crisis of power -- Christ and the Gethsemane of mind: Frank Weston then and now -- Epilogue: Anglicanism after the Windsor Report.