RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoCFR RC 100
Extent93 ff.
TitleRelations with the Vatican: Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogues: Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC): Doctrine of Justification
DescriptionPapers relating to ARCIC and the doctrine of Justification, including: draft copy of an Open Letter to the Archbishops and Diocesan Bishops of the Anglican Communion from Latimer House, May 1977 (ff.1-2); correspondence between the Revd. John Stott and the Rt. Revd. John Howe, Revd. Christopher Hill and the Very Revd. Henry Chadwick, Mar-Apr.1979 (ff.3-13); letter from the Revd. Roger Beckwith on the Latimer Studies pamphlet 'Justification Today' , 19 April 1979(f.14); letter from the Revd Christopher Hill to Beckwith about 'Justiciation Today' and enclosing a copy of the Roman Catholic-Lutheran agreement 'Gospel and Church' in 'Lutheran World' XIX. 3. 1972 (ff.15-17); paper by Canon John Tiller, 'Justification by Faith and the Sacraments', 16 Jan. 1980, with a letter of thanks from the Revd. Christopher Hill , 20 Feb. 1980 (ff.18-34); paper by Dr. G.L. Carey, 'Justification by Faith in Recent Roman Catholic Theology', with a letter of thanks from the Revd. Christopher Hill, 25 Feb. 1980 (ff.35-66); letter from Prof. Harding Meyer to the Revd. Christopher Hill enclosing a paper by Krister Stendahl, 'The Question concerning the Gospel as center and the Gospel as totality of the New Testament witness' (ff.67-80), and papers by Meyer and Dr. August Hasler on the Joint Lutheran-Roman Catholci Study Commission on "The Gospel and the Church"' in Lutheran World 1969, vol. 16 (ff.81-90); letter, 20 Nov. 1980, from Hill to Peter Dixon on Justification for the London Diocesan Synod (f.91); letter from the Revd. Dr.. Peter Toon, 6 Dec. 1980, with a note on Toon's ideas (f.93)..
RelatedMaterial'Justification today the Roman Catholic & Anglican debate' by R.G. England (Oxford: Latimer House, 1979). Copy in printed collection F764.E6
'A time to choose' edited by David N. Samuel (Grimsby: Harrison Trust for the Protestant Reformation Society, 1981). Copy in printed collection H5133 1108.04
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