By William L. Sachs
This booklet examines a few of the contexts - old, social, cultural, and ideological - that have formed the fashionable efforts of the Anglican culture at self-understanding. The author's thesis is that modernity and international venture have replaced Anglicanism in ways in which are deep and pervasive, simply as different Christian traditions have additionally been profoundly laid low with all over the world extension. in terms of the Anglican culture, besides the fact that, a particular approach of bearing on Christianity to neighborhood tradition and a particular form of indigenous chief produced a church identification various from other kinds of Christendom. Dr Sachs' objective is to distinction Anglicanism either with the fashion of Roman Catholicism and with the generally Protestant emphasis upon person conversion except problem for the Church and its culture.