"A fascinating read about a future fraught with challenges and buoyed by hopes."--Michael F. Bird, Academic Dean and Lecturer in Theology, Ridley College, Melbourne
"This helpful volume should provoke further thought and discussion about a subject that needs urgent prayer and active response: the future of orthodox Anglicanism."--B. A. Kwashi, Bishop of Jos, Nigeria
Anglicanism is currently the fastest-growing Christian communion in the world. Evangelicals hungry for connection to the early church's mystery, sacraments, and liturgy are being drawn to this historic denomination. But what sets today's Anglicanism apart from its own history as well as that of other Christian denominations? Eleven essays by prominent Anglican scholars and leaders representing diverse perspectives from East Africa, North Africa, and North America explore the rich legacy of the Anglican Church--grounding readers in the past in preparation for the future.