RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR OC 13/1
Extent51 ff.
TitleAnglican-Orthodox Joint Doctrinal Discussions (AOJDD): Theological Commission Meetings, 1970
Date20 July 1970-10 August 1970
DescriptionReports and decisions for the Anglican meeting at Haywards Heath, 20-24 July 1970.

Includes: 'Decisions, Suggestions made at Haywards Heath (ff. 1-3); unofficial report, 'Report on Meeting of members in Britain of Anglican Section of Joint Anglican-Orthodox Theological Commission, Elfinsward, Haywards Heath, July 20-24 1970', by E.R. Hardy (f. 4); Archbishops' Commission on Christian Doctrine', by Ian Dunelm, Chairman, regarding the 39 articles (ff. 5-6); list of 'Those going to Haywards Heath' (f. 7); 'Summary of Conference of Members resident in Britain, held at Chichester Diocesan Conference and Retreat House, Haywards Heath, from 20th to 24th July 1970' (ff. 8-13); minutes of meeting (ff. 14-46); 'Resolution 56 of the Lambeth Conference, 1968, states that "The Conference warmly welcomes the proposed resumption of the pan-Orthodox and pan-Anglican discussions which began in 1931.", outlining the history of Anglican-Orthodox dialogue and the present plans for preparation for dialogue (ff. 47-8); 'Extract of a letter from Bishop Howe to Canon Satterthwaite' regarding Prof. Greenslade's paper 'Authority of Scripture in the recent Practice of the Church of England', (f. 49); file note regarding Anglican comissions "borrowing" papers (f. 50) and letter 'Anglican/Orthodox Conversations' to J.W. A Howe from Michael Moore, regarding Anglican comissions "borrowing" papers (f. 51).

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