What is Anglicanism? Annual Anglican Theology Conference
What is Anglicanism?
With a membership of approximately 85 million worldwide, the Anglican Communion is the third largest Christian body in the world, after the Roman Catholic and the Eastern Orthodox churches. In recent years, its center of gravity has moved to the Global South, where new understandings of Anglicanism have emerged amidst spiritual vitality and dynamic church growth. However, Anglican identity is still contested. This conference brings together global leaders and scholars, all of whom will present their conception of what it means to be Anglican. The conference will feature short papers, panel discussions with opportunity for audience participation, and time for fellowship.
- Archbishop Eliud Wabukala (Kenya)
- Archbishop Mouneer Anis (Egypt)
- Archbishop Foley Beach (ACNA)
- Ephraim Radner (Wycliffe, Toronto)
- Gerald Bray (Beeson Divinity School)
- Barbara Gauthier (Anglican News Update, Church of the Resurrection, Wheaton, IL)
- John Yates III (Holy Trinity, Raleigh)
- Andrew Pearson (Cathedral Church of the Advent, Birmingham)
- Gerald McDermott (Beeson Divinity School)
- Baptist observer: Timothy George (Dean, Beeson Divinity School)
- Catholic observer: Rusty Reno (First Things)
A book will issue from this conference.