Is it fair to say that the Anglican Church was originally intended to be a 'middle ground' between Catholics and Protestants?
What is the Anglican and Episcopalian basis for viewing the Trinity as a family that should contain a feminine element?
Why do Anglicans have the "give away" optional in Common Worship but obligatory in Anglican Book of Common Prayer?
What is the theological justification for the British monarch worshipping in the Church of Scotland, rather than the Scottish Episcopal Church?
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