This new volume in the prestigious Canterbury Studies in Anglicanism series offers the most recent, richest and cutting-edge reflections on the nature of Anglican identity at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Originating from the Society for the Study of Anglicanism, it includes contributions from leading international scholars, including Ann Loades, Katherine Grieb, Tom Hughson, Philip Sheldrake, Mark Chapman, Robert Hughes III, Simon Taylor and Paula Nesbitt, along with the volume editors Martyn Percy and Robert Boak Slocum. Some of the salient issues treated by this distinguished array of contributors include the bonds and limits of communion, diversity and discourse within the Anglican Communion, how Anglicans interpret scripture, the nature of ministry, the scope of ecumenical mission and what is distinctive about Anglican spirituality and reconciliation. MARTYN PERCY is Principal of Ripon College Cuddesdon and the Oxford Ministry Course. He is also Professor at King's College London, a Fellow at Heythrop College London, as well as Honorary Canon of Salisbury Cathedral. ROBERT BOAK SLOCUM is distinguished lecturer in the department of philosophy and religion studies at St Catharine College in Kentucky. He has served as President of the Society of Anglican and Lutheran Theologians and is on the editorial board of the Anglican Theological Review.