The Episcopal Church in Jordan: Identity, Liturgy, and Mission

  title={The Episcopal Church in Jordan: Identity, Liturgy, and Mission},
  author={Duane Alexander Miller},
  journal={Journal of Anglican Studies},
  pages={134 - 153}
  • D. A. Miller
  • Published 30 July 2010
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Anglican Studies
Abstract The article begins with a brief review of the history of the diocese of Jerusalem. By interviewing eight members of the diocesan clergy in Jordan, the researcher desires to explore how the concepts in the title are related to each other within the Jordanian context. Is there a unique identity of Jordanian Anglicans? What is the desirability and/or feasibility of revising the prayer book? Given the declining demographics of Christians in the region, what avenues are open to these… 
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