• 9780824519001
Frederick Quinn (Author)

African Saints

The Anglican Ethos in History

By describing the Anglican ethos in historical context, with its emphasis on reason, moderation, liturgy and culture, readers can more easily see the grounding from which this faith tradition emerges.

  • Imprint: Herder & Herder
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  • Title: African Saints
  • Subtitle: The Anglican Ethos in History
  • Page Count: 320
  • Available Formats: Cloth (9780824519001)
  • Edition: Cloth
  • Original language: English
  • Retail US: Cloth (24.95)
  • Retail Canada: Cloth (27.95)
  • Retail Canada: 27.95

Frederick Quinn (Author)

Frederick Quinn is an Episcopal priest and former foreign service officer who spent many years in Africa. He holds advanced degrees in African studies from the University of California at Los Angeles. His book, Democracy at Dawn: Notes from Poland and Points East, was named a Times Literary Supplement International Book of the Year. His most recent work, To Be a Pilgrim: the Anglican Ebos in History, was published by Crossroad. Before moving to Salt Lake City, Utah, he was a chaplain at Washington National Cathedral and advisor to the dean on national and international policy issues.

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