How is the Anglican church different from other Christian churches?

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It -- like the Orthodox Church -- considers itself, along with the Catholic Church as one of the 3 direct shoots from the early Church. The great expositor of this view and opposer of it later, was John Henry Newman. Do read him. I just saw yesterday that he is to be beatified. And I think (along with 3 popes) that he will be made a Doctor of the Church. One relevant work of his is "Certain Difficulties Felt by Anglicans in Catholic Teaching"
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