Responding to the controversy and divisiveness within the Anglican Communion, particularly over the issue of homosexuality, Alan Jones offers a more balanced look at the middle way to be found within Anglican orthodoxy. With its focus on careful listening and prayerful deliberation, Jones's vision of orthodoxy is the antidote to the anger and bitterness that threatens the Body of Christ today. In this thoughtful volume, Jones takes a look at Anglicanism from four different perspectives, fundamentalism versus modernism, the tired caricature of Anglicanism as muddled thinking, as an orientation toward transcendent mystery, and through the eyes of some of Anglicanism's greatest exemplars.
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