North to South: A Reappraisal of Anglican Communion Membership Figures

  title={North to South: A Reappraisal of Anglican Communion Membership Figures},
  author={Daniel Mu{\~n}oz},
  journal={Journal of Anglican Studies},
  pages={71 - 95}
  • Daniel Muñoz
  • Published 26 October 2015
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Anglican Studies
Abstract In recent decades Anglicans have developed a largely unquestioned and unchallenged narrative of global growth and decline. This narrative tells a story of Anglicanism’s success being largely due to growth in developing, postcolonial nations which, according to the narrators, is ongoing and unstoppable. At the same time, first-world, mostly postmodern nations have seen a steep decline in church membership and attendance. Numeric growth and strength have been used to define ecclesial… 
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CSE: Case Study Estimate based on the conclusions of this research paper
National Census (Year); NCLS: Survey conducted by Australia's National Church Life
PC (Year): Provincial Church (Year)
Year): Provincial Church Communicants in Good Standing (Year)
  • WCC: World Council of Churches
Year): Provincial Church Confirmed Members (Year)
Year): Provincial Church Electoral Role (Year)
Year): Provincial Church Regular Church Attendance (Year)