Anglicans in Canada: controversies and identity in historical perspective
University of Illinois Press
This book explores the emergence of Anglican identity in Canada and locates it “not in the relatively few agreements but within the disagreements themselves.” The book’s thematic focus is on mission, the social role of the church, governance, adaptation to modernity, and gender. A substantial section of primary documents serves to illustrate these varied themes, and is supplemented by the inclusion of a valuable bibliographic essay.
Anglicans in Canada: controversies and identity in historical perspective (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004).