The Accidental Anglican: The Surprising Appeal Of The Liturgical Church
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Many are longing for historical connectedness and for theology that is ‘not tied to the whims of contemporary culture, but to apostolic-era understandings of Christian faith and practice.’ They also yearn for rhythms and routines that build spiritual health. Still others are responding to a call to participate in worship rather than merely sitting back and looking at a stage. Liturgy offers all of this and more. Todd D. Hunter bucked the trend by joining the Anglican church. He traces his remarkable journey from an upbringing in the Jesus Movement, to spearheading Vineyard ministries in the US, through heading up Alpha USA and now embracing a liturgical church, where he is now bishop. His compelling story is told with humility and humour.
Todd D. Hunter leads ‘Churches for the Sake of Others’, a church-planting initiative of the Anglican Mission in the Americas (Ami A). Formerly national director at Vineyard Churches USA, he serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Alpha USA as well as on a number of other ministry boards, including Soul Survivor.
Hunter, Todd D., (Author)
Inter-Varsity Press (2011), 160 pages