Anglican Doctrine

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Synopsis

The Anglican church was borne out of the Reformation and as such its core doctrines include belief lustification by faith alone as well as more general Christian beliefs such as in the Trinity. The original sources of Anglican doctrine included belief in Sole Scriptura, the Apostle's and Nicene creeds and the dogmatic decisions of the first four general councils of the Church. The Thirty-Nine Articles of Faith outline the doctrine of Anglicanism and the Book of Common Prayer sets for the Anglican order of worship.

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The Anglican church was borne out of the Reformation and as such its core doctrines include belief lustification by faith alone as well as more general Christian beliefs such as in the Trinity. The original sources of Anglican doctrine included belief in Sole Scriptura, the Apostle's and Nicene creeds and the dogmatic decisions of the first four general councils of the Church. The Thirty-Nine Articles of Faith outline the doctrine of Anglicanism and the Book of Common Prayer sets for the Anglican order of worship.

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