Anglican History and Theology (2010)

Speaker(s): James I. Packer
Date: Winter 2010
Length: 24hrs 7min
Product ID: RGDL4005S

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This course surveys Anglican history and the core convictions, contentions and concerns that have marked theology within it from the Reformation up to today. It includes readings from theologians in the Evangelical, Anglo-Catholic, and Broad Church traditions in their various forms and will conclude with discussion of Anglican identity today. It will thus serve as preparation for a teaching ministry in any Anglican context, and as a contribution to transdenominational understanding. Lectures include:

  • Introduction and Varieties of Anglicanism Today
  • Getting Our Bearings
  • The English Reformation
  • Puritan Theology
  • Richard Hooker
  • Caroline Divines
  • Rational Divinity
  • Revival Theology
  • The Oxford Movement and Anglo-Catholicism
  • English History and Anglican Theology 1689-2010
  • Nineteenth Century Broad Church Theology
  • Anglican Modernism
  • Anglican Theology 1889-1924
  • Anglican Theology Today
  • An Anglican Concept of Doctrine

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James I. Packer is the Board of Governors' Professor of Theology at Regent College. His many books include Knowing God and Rediscovering Holiness.

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