The brief of the TEAC Target (Sub) Group which focused on the Anglican Way included as part of its aim ‘Understanding and describing our unique ethos and contribution to the wider Church’.
TEAC has produced two grids which seek to set out in tabular form information relating to the Anglican Way in theological education
The ‘Signposts’ initiative stems out of the work of the Anglican Way Group, and in particular the meeting of the Anglican Way held in Singapore in Singapore in May 2007. The key short document The Anglican Way: Signposts on a Common Journey sets out a number of ‘signposts’ which are designed to point the way to a clearer understanding of Anglican identity. This document is available in English, French, Spanish and Swahili .
Building on the structure of the ‘Signposts’ document is it intended to produce a series of short (3000 word booklets) to be known as the ‘Signposts series’ which will be designed with both clergy and laity in mind, to expand on particular topics and themes within the document. The booklets will be available electronically – and possibly also in hard copy format. For more information about the coming ‘Signposts’ series see here.
There are two bibliographies available of key books on Anglican studies.
TEAC will produce a page which gives web references for the original texts and writings produced by a number important classical Anglican figures (e.g. Richard Hooker, Lancelot Andrews). On the Project Canterbury website http://anglicanhistory.org/ you will also find a wider range of references and resources linked to many figures in the history of Anglicanism.
Our page of theological resources also gives a number of references to helpful material linked to various aspects of Anglican studies e.g. liturgy, doctrine, history.