Anglicanism Essays

The Ethical Teachings of Anglicanism

The word ‘Anglican’ originates from “ecclesia anglicana” a Medieval Latin phrase, dating to at least 1246 meaning ‘the English Church’. The Anglican Church dates back to the year 1538. Anglican ethical perspectives share similarities with Protestant and Catholic approaches, but they also have a particular character of their own. Anglican ethical tradition also draws on several central Christian beliefs held in common with Catholic theology. The roots of Anglican ethics begin in a belief that God’s divine order is established…

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