When the current Archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, announced that he will retire at the end of October 2002, the question on the minds of many Anglicans became Who will be the next Archbishop? The man who is next appointed will lead the Anglican Communion through a period of unprecedented change.
Author Ted Harrison analyzes the role of Archbishop and looks at likely candidates -- as well as the changing relationship between the Church of England and the Anglican Communion worldwide.
|Paperback Book, 176 pages||English|
|Zondervan Publishing Company (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780006281405||5.02 x 7.78 x 0.46 inches|
|Religious Institutions and Religious Organizations|