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Anglican-Lutheran Bibliography Ready

Posted on: March 21, 1997 10:53 AM
Related Categories: Ecumenical, Lutheran

An extensive Anglican-Lutheran Ecumenical Bibliography is now available through the Anglican-Lutheran Society. The 33-page document, the first of its kind ever produced, includes 525 items. They date from the 16th century to the present time.

Dr Michael Root, Director of the Institute for Ecumenical Research, founded by the Lutheran World Federation and based in Strasbourg, France, has compiled the extensive listing of the documents relating to Anglican-Lutheran relationships. Dr Root was asked by the Anglican-Lutheran International Commission to gather together all the Anglican-Lutheran dialogues and prepare an extended introduction. The extended introduction turned into a major project and has produced a comprehensive history of relations between the two Communions. The history should be ready by the end of 1998. What is ready now is a large bibliography on Anglican-Lutheran relations which contains all the official texts of the dialogues and official responses to them with much secondary literature.

The Anglican-Lutheran Ecumenical Bibliography is compiled by Michael Root and is available from The Anglican-Lutheran Society, 27 Prentis Road, London, SW16 1QB. Cost £4 mailed to UK, £5 mailed to Europe, US$9 to North America. Make cheques payable to Anglican Lutheran Society.

Article from: The Window - Magazine of The Anglican Lutheran Society