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Lambeth Conference Reflections

03 AUG 2008 290 KB

Lambeth Conference 2008 Notes of the Reflections

03 AUG 2008 22 KB

'I Am' Lambeth Booklet

The Gospel of John thrills and challenges us with the vast scope of its opening sentences. By deliberately using words and phrases which recall the beginning of the Book of Genesis, John has powerfully reminded us that the life and ministry of Jesus Christ is not confined by place or time. In this Gospel we meet a figure whose significance spans infinity and eternity. As our Bible studies will make clear, Jesus’ rightful claim to the divine title ‘I am’ is a sign that he bridges the past, present and future just as he bridges Jew and Gentile, men and women.

03 AUG 2008 2.06 MB

Lambeth Conference Reader

This Reader contains background reading for the Lambeth Conference. A number of the papers have been published in other places and at other times. The papers are collected together and re-published in this volume for the convenience of those who will be attending the Lambeth Conference. All the material is the product of particular Anglican Communion groups or networks, or has been written particularly for this Reader

03 AUG 2008 849 KB

Signs On The Way A4

Bible Studies for the Anglican Communion in the Year of the Lambeth Conference

03 AUG 2008 1.25 MB

Signs On The Way A5

Bible Studies for the Anglican Communion in the Year of the Lambeth Conference

03 AUG 2008 1.11 MB

TEAC - Theological Education for the Anglican Communion

TEAC was established at the meeting of the Anglican Primates in Gramado, Brazil in May 2003


these pages are an archive of the TEAC pages of the website

14 JUL 2008 278 KB

Communion, Conflict and Hope: the Kuala Lumpur Report'

The Report focuses on the nature of Communion, and how unity can be sustained during times of intense disagreement. It demonstrates the foundations of Anglican identity – attention to the Bible, the vocation towards holiness, respect for local cultures, the gifts of discernment and diversity, and the development of appropriate competencies to articulate the mind of the Church.

09 JUN 2008 360 KB