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ARCIC-83 ~ Notes on Approaching the Question of Church and Authority
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Protocol: ARCIC-83
Dated: 27 Aug. 1973
Type: Study papers
Collection: ARCIC-I
Meeting: Canterbury, 27 August to 6 September 1973
Lambeth Library: ARCIC/1/84


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Canon William A. Purdy ~ 27 Aug. 1973

“The steering committee, foreseeing that an agreed statement might well be achieved at Canterbury, and that hence the commission might have to ‘start cold’ on planning the next stage of its work, with very little time at its disposal, asked the writer to set out some sketch which might serve as a starting point for discusion of ‘Church and Authority’.” (William A. Purdy)

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