Irish Anglicanism, 1969–2019
Essays to mark the 150th anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland
Kenneth Milne & Paul Harron, editors
'This informative book is beautifully presented by Four Courts Press. It is indispensable for those who wish to understand the mind of Irish Anglicanism, as within the changing structures of the Church, it navigates the challenges of modern life', Robert Marshall, The Irish Catholic (2020).
'It is hardly surprising that the Church should decide to mark the anniversary of the disestablishment with a volume of essays on developments over the list fifty years ... this new work is the product of the Church of Ireland itself - all the contributors ... are actively involved with the Church of Ireland and its structures. This is a view from the inside ... A view from inside is undoubtedly valuable. Familiarity with a institution brings insights ... As an institutional history this volume is remarkably comprehensive and there are few parts of the institution that have escaped its scrutiny. The twenty essays cover everything from worship , music, women's ministry, youth worth and pastoral care through politics, media, ecumenical relations, dialogue with other faiths, architecture and arts, the Irish language, archives and publishing, theological training and education in both Northern Ireland and the Republic', Raymond Gillespie, A church of Ireland Journal, Vol.43.1 (Spring 2020).