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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Derived from the Latin term anglicana ecclesia, meaning “English Church” and refers to the worldwide communion of churches that have grown out of the Protestant Church of England established at the time of Henry VIII. This association is led by the archbishop of Canterbury. In the United States the Episcopalian church is the most common arm of this religion.

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