HEADLAM, ARTHUR C. (ARTHUR CAYLEY), 1862-1947.
The church in Canada, n.d.
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 252
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CITATION: Arthur C. Headlam The church in Canada, MSS 252, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
Arthur Cayley Headlam was born in 1862 and died in 1947. Headlam was an English prelate in the Church of England. He served as principal of King's College, London from 1903 to 1912. From 1918 to 1923 he was regius professor of Divinity at Oxford where he was also canon of Christ Church. He was appointed Bishop of Gloucester in 1923 and remained in that position until 1945. Doctrine of the Church and Christian Reunion is one of many publications by Headlam.
This manuscript is a typed carbon copy of the original essay on the
Anglican Church in Canada. The essay has no date but the text indicates
that the piece was written in the early 1920s. Headlam examines various
influences on the church in Canada that will impact the success and future
growth of the denomination.