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Mission Commissions MISSIO (1994-1999)

MISSIO was appointed by the ACC-9 at its meeting in Cape Town in 1993

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12 JUL 1999 943 KB

Anglicans in Mission - A Transforming Journey

Report of MISSIO, the Mission Commission of the Anglican Communion

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12 JUL 1999 948 KB

1999 - APJN meeting of network members in Seoul, Korea

At the invitation of the Anglican Province of Korea, over 30 members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN), representing 24 Provinces of the Anglican Communion, met on the grounds of Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea, from April 14 to April 21, 1999

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22 APR 1999 332 KB

ARCIC II The Gift of Authority: Authority in the Church III

The dialogue between Anglicans and Roman Catholics has shown significant signs of progress on the question of authority in the Church. This progress can already be seen in the convergence in understanding of authority achieved by previous ARCIC statements

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03 SEP 1998 125 KB

The Virginia Report

The Report of the Inter-Anglican Theological and Doctrinal Commission

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09 AUG 1998 223 KB

The Eames Monitoring Group Report

The Lambeth Conference of 1988 came at a critical time for the coherence and unity of the Anglican Communion as a whole. The bishops found themselves facing the imminent possibility of one of the Provinces ordaining a woman to the episcopate, and had to address the challenge of how to maintain the highest degree of communion with one another and how to strengthen their commitment to one another despite differences in principle and practice

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09 AUG 1998 72 KB

The Agros Report

This report was presented to ACC-10 Meeting in Panama, October 1996. In response the ACC noted with approval the Agros Report.

Since Panama the co-chairs of the dialogues and the ecumenical officers of the Provinces have responded to the request for further developments internationally and locally. In August 1997, a small editorial group met at the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia, USA to include these responses and edit this Report.

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09 AUG 1998 72 KB

Embassy Hospitality And Dialogue Christians And People Of Other Faiths

Christian engagement with people of other faiths goes back to the very origins of Christianity. The Christian faith was born in a plural environment and had to relate not only to Judaism and to "classical" Graeco-Roman religion but also to the various "mystery" cults of the Mediterranean world as well as state religions such as Zoroastrianism in the Persian Empire

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09 AUG 1998 89 KB

Section I.3 - Justice for Women and Children

Section I.3 of the Lambeth Conference 1998

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09 AUG 1998 N/A

Section I.4 - A Faithful Response to Aggression and War

Section I.4 of the Lambeth Conference 1998

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