Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-202) and index.
FRONTCOVER; CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; PREFACE; LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTION: LITURGICAL REVISION AND NATIONAL RELIGION; 1 Diversity and Discipline: The Church and the Prayer Book; 2 Peace and Order? Anglican Responses to Revision; 3 Church and Nation: Anglicanism, Revision and National Identity; 4 Citizens and Protestants: The Denominations and Revision; 5 Nation and Religion: Revision and Parliament; 6 Change and Continuity: Religion and National Identity in the 1920s; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX; BACKCOVER.
This is the first full length examination of a defining moment in the history of the Church of England in the twentieth century: the Prayer Book controversy of 1927-28. It argues that conceptions of national religion were influential in the debates surrou.