Purpose

What is Anglicanism?

This Anglican think tank blog presents articles and conversations addressing what it means to be Anglican. At the core, Anglicanism is Trinitarian Christianity. And, Anglicanism can be described by How we Study, How we Worship, and How we Grow. Thus, "ATLAS" concerns Theology, Liturgy, and Spiritual formation.
Britian has some of the earliest evidence of Christian art. This 4th century lead tank from Suffolk includes the ancient Chi-Rho and Alpha-Omega symbols. It was probably designed to hold water at a church. The grounds also included a cemetery, which may explain the reverse order Omega-Alpha.

Thursday, November 29, 2012


Saturday, November 17, 2012, the Dean of the Center for Anglican Theology, the Rev. Dr. Susan Bubbers, talks with former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord George Carey, at the Society for Biblical Literature Conference.  The Conference meets annually, this year in Chicago, with an average attendance of 12,000 biblical scholars.  The session pictured here was hosted by the Society for the study of Anglicanism.  The Dean is wearing the ATLAS Center logo, now available for order in men's shirts, women's shirts, caps, and tote bags.



The day prior, Dean Bubbers had presented a response to a paper at a session hosted by the Institute for Biblical Research.  The following day, a group went to the University of Chicago to view ancient artifacts including a papyrus from 4th century Egypt, Greek manuscript, Psalm 33.


No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments of various views are welcome, but comments with inappropriate language will not be posted.