The History Of Episcopacy: Prelatic And Moderate (Hardcover)
This book provides a detailed history of the Episcopal church, from its origins in medieval England to its development in the United States. The author covers the major figures, events, and controversies that have shaped the church, including the rise of Anglicanism, the split with Rome, and the debates over slavery and civil rights. He also provides insights into the internal workings of the church, including its liturgy, governance, and theology.
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