At the dawn of the third millennium, Rowan Williams the 104th
Archbishop of Canterbury faces the daunting challenge of leading
the highly diversified and fragmented Church of England. The very
essence of Anglicanism remains in the capability of embracing
alternative perspectives in teaching and practice. "Fragmented
Faith?" draws attention to three fault-lines within the Church of
England: the continuing differences between evangelicals and
Catholics, liberals and conservatives and charismatics and
non-charismatics. But the fragmentation is more profound than these
distinctions of church orientation. This well-informed and
perceptive analysis shows that the real divisions are between the
generations, between the sexes and between the laity and the
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