Here is the summary of that article from page 6 of the bibliography:
Duane Alexander Miller, “The Episcopal Church in Jordan: Identity, Liturgy, and Mission,” Journal of Anglican Studies, Volume 9, Issue 2, September 2011, pp. 134-153.As in a few other Arab countries, Jordan is home to an indigenous Christian community. Jordan is interesting in this regard, as the Anglican Communion, also known as the Church of England, is present alongside other denominations like the Eastern Orthodox. For various reasons, the historic tensions between Christians and Muslims, as well as between Christians and Christians of other denominations remain a consistent suppressed issue. Written from the perspective of a Western Christian observing the Anglican Christian community in Jordan, this article explains the problems that the Jordanian Christian community has encountered in modern history due to their identity. The author then makes suggestions that may help resolve some of these issues and improve levels of religious freedom in Jordan. In similar Arab countries, analogous changes may improve levels of religious freedom overall.
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