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Anglicanism and the British Empire, c.1700-1850
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Introduction: English religion and empire to 1700 1: Anglicans and empire: historical interpretations 2: The construction of an Anglican Imperialism: British North America in the eighteenth century 3: Anglicanism in a resurgent imperialism: Bengal 1790-1830 4: A new Anglican imperial paradigm: the Colonial Bishoprics Fund 1840-1841 5: The new paradigm in the colonies: Australia and New Zealand 1820s-c.1850 Conclusion: Anglicanism and Empire 1700-c.1850

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Rowan Strong is Senior Lecturer in Church History, Murdoch University, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

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This is a fine work, discerning, among the pomposities of eighteenth-century episcopal sermons and the pieties of the Missionary Register, a Christianity aspiring to be faithful in its time. * Dan O'Connor, The Expository Times *
...an important and well-argued study... * Ian Breward, Ormond College (Australia) Journal of Ecclesiastical History *
Rowan Strong's study deserves to be widely read * Ormond College (Australia), Journal of Ecclesiastical History *
By defining the period 1700-1850 as a distinctive one in the history of the Anglican missions, Strong has made an important contribution to church history and the history of missions. * Jeffrey Cox, Theology *

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