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Episcopalianism in Nineteenth-Century ScotlandReligious Responses to a Modernizing Society$
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Rowan Strong

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780199249220

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199249229.001.0001

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Partisan Episcopalianism: Evangelicals and Anglo‐Catholics 1

Partisan Episcopalianism: Evangelicals and Anglo‐Catholics 1

(p.210) 5 Partisan Episcopalianism: Evangelicals and Anglo‐Catholics1
Episcopalianism in Nineteenth-Century Scotland

Rowan Strong (Contributor Webpage)

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Looks at the impact on Scottish Episcopalian of two major reforming movements in nineteenth‐century Anglicanism, namely, Evangelicalism and Anglo‐Catholicism. It particularly seeks to recover the influence and impetus of Evangelicalism among Scottish Episcopalians. It finds this largely within separate congregations alienated by the increasing Anglo‐Catholic culture in that Church, and also by the indigenous traditions of High Church Episcopalianism. Both Anglo‐Catholicism and Evangelicalism were largely divisive and anglicizing movements within the Episcopal Church, which contributed to its nineteenth‐century reputation as the ‘English Kirk’.

Keywords:   anglicization, Anglo‐Catholicism, Evangelicalism, Scottish Episcopal Church

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