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Cultural Episcopacy and Ecumenism: Representative ministry in church history from the Age of Ignatius of Antioch to the Reformation, with special reference to contemporary ecumenism, [Studies in Christian Mission 6], (Leiden: E.J. Brill 1992).





 

Reviews:


1. W.D. Carpe in Church History, 64.2 (1995), p. 347-348.
2. L.R. Wickham, in Religion, 24.4 (1994), p. 392-393.
3. E. Kempe, in Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 45.4 (1994), p. 685-686.
4. D.S. Aremntrout, in Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 30.3-4 (1993), p. 453-454.
5. M. Santer, Journal of Theological Studies, 44.2 (1993), p. 746-747.
6. K. Mason, Expository Times, 104.4 (1993), p. 123-124.
7. Ecumenical Reconciliation and Cultural Episcopates, in Anglican Theological Review, 72,3 (1990), p. 255-279.