We can over use the adjective 'great' and I am guilty of the sin myself. But at risk of sinning I venture to suggest that a great Anglican has just died, the Right Reverend Kenneth Cragg, at the grand age of 99.
I never met the man but his seminal work The Call of the Minaret made an impression on me, as on its many readers for it has not been out of print since its first edition in 1956. Arguably no greater Christian work exists which enables Christians to engage with the heart and soul of Islam.
A lovely tribute to this evangelical Anglican scholar, bishop and pastor has been published by Fulcrum.