Central aspects of Cranmer’s theological agenda were pushed aside before 1600; they certainly vanished in that most globally influential rite, the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.
The blessed Virgin received the rays of “the sun” when she conceived the Lord. That is, the divinity of our Redeemer cloaked itself with the covering of human nature as with a shade, and by this means a virgin’s womb was able to bear him.
There were more recognized martyrs in the 20th century than in the whole of previous Christian history. There are some books on the demography and phenomenology of persecution, but currently a lack of theological resources to help those who are undergoing persecution, some of whom are threatened with forced conversions.
I pray that the story of the Church of England’s missionary calling with the Anglican Communion will not be forgotten.
What are other Lambeth Conference resolutions on sexuality? And would OneBodyOneFaith's proposal work?