The Essence of Anglicanism

Speaker(s): Robert Crouse
Date: Oct. 2002
Length: 48:18
Product ID: RGDL3217A

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This is an evening public lecture from fall 2002. Robert Crouse speaks of the history, tradition, and present practices of the Anglican Church.

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Robert Crouse was a noted Patristic and Medieval scholar, as well as a teacher and priest in the Anglican Church of Canada. Through his commitment to the texts of our spiritual and intellectual tradition, Fr. Crouse instilled a deep love of learning in generations of students. He was a noted priest and spiritual guide, a bulwark of orthodox faith, and has even been described as "the conscience of the Canadian Church."

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