As a church with history and traditions, we are regularly bumping up against that which we have received from those who have gone before us. This is an attempt to dive into one such article (and perhaps to do so again on other topics in the future).
Today, we in the Episcopal Church recall the life and ministry of Fr. William Reed Huntington. Setting aside his many other contributions, Fr. Huntington in his work, The Church Idea, laid the foundation of what would eventually become the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral (and which may be found in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer on pages 876-878).