Evangelical Anglicanism

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  1. TemplarKnight40

    TemplarKnight40 New Member

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    Hello Everyone!

    I haven't been on the forums for quite awhile now, I'm recently returned to the Anglican Church and I wish everyone a Holy Advent!

    I wanted to know what Evangelical Anglicanism, and does it differ from other Evangelicals, as Calvinist or Lutherans?

    I'm extremely interested in this movement, and I'm just trying to gather as much info as possible.

    Thank you oft all your help and God Bless!
     
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    JoeLaughon Active Member Anglican

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    Evangelical Anglicanism emphasizes the Protestant and Reformed nature of Anglicanism. Good historic examples would be Lord Ashley, Charles Simeon and George Whitfield. Modern evangelical Anglicans would be John Stott and JI Packer (among others).
     
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    Evangelical Anglicanism, as with all Anglicanism, allows for some variety. You can be Reformed, Lutheran, or even Arminian although I would guess the Reformed camp is the largest. The Charismatics are primarily Arminian, except those who have gone full Pentecostal and embraced the "four-fold gospel" or the Prosperity gospel.
     

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