RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoLC 105-145
Extent42 vols.
TitleLambeth Conference 1920
AdminHistoryHeld under Archbishop Davidson. The principal subjects discussed and reported on at the Conference were:

Central Consultative Body.

Christian Science, Spiritualism and Theosophy.

Church unity and relations with: (1) the Episcopal Churches: the Eastern Orthodox Churches, Roman Catholic Church, the separated Churches of the East (Armenian, Assyrian, Syrian Jacobite Christians), the Church of Sweden, Moravian (Unitas Fratrum), Old Catholics, Reformed Episcopal Church of England; (2) the Free Churches including Methodists, Congregationalists and Presbyterians.

The development of provincial organisation within the Anglican Communion.

Foreign missions and the development of Missionary Churches, including liturgical variations, native marriage customs and polygamy, organisation of the missions, relations with secular authorities, and validity of baptisms of illegitimate or uninstructed converts.

International relations, especially the League of Nations.

Marriage and sexual morality including birth control and divorce.

The role of women in the Church, particularly deaconesses.

Social and industrial problems, including temperance.
RelatedMaterialThe following pamphlets, which were among the 1920 Lambeth Conference Papers, have been transferred to the department of printed books:

Report of the Archbishop's Committee on Sunday Schools, 1914.

William George Peel, Bishop of Mombasa, and John Jamieson Willis, Bishop of Uganda, Steps towards Reunion, 1914.

Unfermented wine, 1917, report published by request of His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, 1917.

The Athanasian Creed, a revised translation, drawn up by a committee appointed by His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury in accordance with a resolution adopted at the Lambeth Conference of 1908 ..., 1918.

Documents bearing on the problem of Christian unity and fellowship
1916-1920, 1920.

Sir Henry Simpson Lunn, Reunion and Lambeth, 1920.

Quousque? Where unto are we drifting? A selection of extracts from the pastoral letters, charges and addresses of leading bishops and clergy of the Church of England during the last half century ... , edited by Canon Alfred Millard William Christopher and John Charles Sharpe, 1920.

The Churchman, July 1920, includes an article on the Cheltenham Conference.

Blackfriars, July 1920, August 1922, include articles on the Lambeth Conference by Vincent McNabb, O.P.

Die Eiche; Vierteljahrsschrift für Soziale und Internationale Arbeitsgemeinschaft, 9 Jahrgang nr.l, January 1921.

Randall Thomas Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth and Edinburgh, an address to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1921.

Malcolm Spencer, Impasse or Opportunity? The situation after Lambeth, 1922.

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15Davidson; Randall Thomas (1848-1930); Baron Davidson of Lambeth; Archbishop of Canterbury1848-1930
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