By Bishop Steve Woods
March 14, 2014
Perhaps the easiest way to describe Reformation Anglicanism is simply by defining the words. By "reformation," we mean that expression of the Christian faith that arose in the 16th century, commonly called the Protestant Reformation, which sought to reformthe church according to the teaching of the Bible and the practice of the early church. By "Anglican," we mean those Christian reforms that took place in England during the Protestant Reformation.
There is of course more to be said and we hope to say much more in the future. For now it may be useful to set forth a few boundary markers to help identify partners and shape future dialogue.
Reformation Anglicanism is Gospel-centered
Of the many things that could be said about the English Reformation, one aspect that is consistently overlooked is that it would not have been possible were it not for the experience of men and women receiving the good news of Jesus Christ in a personal and transformative way.
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