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The terms liberal Anglo-Catholicism and liberal Anglo-Catholic refer to people, beliefs and practices within Anglicanism that affirm liberal Christian perspectives while maintaining the traditions culturally associated with Anglo-Catholicism.
Liberal Anglo-Catholics allow modern knowledge and research to inform their use of reason.Science and religion, for instance, are held to be legitimate and different methodologies of revealing God's truth.[page needed] This also directly affects the liberal Anglo-Catholic's reading of scripture, ecclesiastical history, and general methodology of theology. A metaphor is that theology for liberal Anglo-Catholics is a "dance" that allows people to slowly grow in an understanding of God.
^Coles 2014: "I had to find somewhere to train and it wasn't easy to decide which college to pick. Most, from the bishop down, said Westcott House, the liberal Catholic theological college in Cambridge."
Muray, Leslie A. (2007). Liberal Protestantism and Science. Greenwood Guides to Science and Religion. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. ISBN978-0-313-33701-7.
Zook, Melinda S. (2014). "Women, Anglican Orthodoxy, and the Church in Ages of Danger". In Haude, Sigrun; Zook, Melinda S. (eds.). Challenging Orthodoxies: The Social and Cultural Worlds of Early Modern Women. Abingdon, England: Routledge (published 2016). pp. 101-122. ISBN978-1-317-16876-8.