A history of the Episcopal Church ePub download
by Robert W Prichard
- ISBN: 0819214930
- ISBN13: 978-0819214935
- ePub: 1383 kb | FB2: 1106 kb
- Language: English
- Category: World
- Publisher: Morehouse Pub (1991)
- Pages: 315
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 487
- Format: lrf docx doc txt
Prichard breaks the history of the Church up into decades rather than larger movements, which is. .
Prichard breaks the history of the Church up into decades rather than larger movements, which is much more manageable and flows smoothly from one era into another. Other books instead try to focus on specific events like wars and revivals, so you end up with a lot of overlap in Church teaching and thought. The back cover of Prichard's History correctly says that "many people today are looking for a history of the Episcopal Church that is brief, comprehensive, easy to read, and inclusive. But the book lacks all of these qualities except possibly the first (depending on whether you consider a 300+ page book "brief").
Prichard knows his church history but appears, in many places, to be addressing other Episcopalians and not .
Prichard knows his church history but appears, in many places, to be addressing other Episcopalians and not the general public. He doesn't exude much "bedside manner" - what I call historian's charisma. read all day yesterday and way into the night. I'm so glad that I took the time out to study, think, and apply this knowledge to those parts of the history that I already knew. A rainy day (and night) well-spent.
Robert W. Prichard first taught at Virginia Theological Seminary as an adjunct faculty member in 1980, joining the faculty full-time in 1983
Robert W. Prichard first taught at Virginia Theological Seminary as an adjunct faculty member in 1980, joining the faculty full-time in 1983. He is currently the Arthur Lee Kinsolving Professor of Christianity in America and Instructor in Liturgy at VTS. He obtained his P. in church history at Emory University in Atlanta, where he focused on theological discourse in the 19th Century Episcopal Church. He previously earned an . iv. at Berkeley Divinity School at Yale and an .
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This insightful, all-encompassing chronicle spanning 400 years traces the fascinating rise of the Episcopal Church, founded in an age of fragmentation and molded by the powerful movements of American history: the Great Awakening; the American Revolution; the Civil War; two World Wars and the Depression; and the social upheavals of the post World War II years.
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Readings from the History of the Episcopal Church. Prichard, Robert W. (E. The History of the Episcopal Church in America, 1607–1991: A Bibliography. Caldwell, Sandra . & Caldwell, Ronald J. (1993). Wilton, CT: Morehouse-Barlow. New York: Church Publishing. An Episcopal Dictionary of the Church: A User Friendly Reference for Episcopalians. Armentrout, Don . & Slocum, Robert Boak. ). New York: Church Publishing Incorporated. New York: Garland Publishing. Prichard first taught at Virginia Theological Seminary as an adjunct faculty member in 1980, joining . Additionally, he is first vice president of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church and a clerical deputy to General Convention (2006, 2009) from the Diocese or Virginia. He served from 2000 to 2007 as a member of the Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation in the . ARCUSA) and has lectured widely to Anglican educational and clerical groups in Latin America.
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