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Lights and Shadows of a Long Episcopate: Being Reminiscences and Recollections of the Right Reverend Henry Benjamin Whipple, D.D., LL.D. Bishop of Minnesota. [New York: The Macmillan Company, 1899] A 560-page autobiography. Much of his ministry was spent in advocacy for Ojibwe Native Americans.
Personal Recollections of British Burma and Its Church Mission Work in 1878-79 by the Right Revd J. H. Titcomb, D.D., First Bishop of Rangoon. London: Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, 1880.
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Creative expressions of faith are wanted from folks age 18 to 35 for the magazine pilot that will be published and distributed to Episcopal campus ministries and Episcopal churches with young adult programs. Creative expressions of all sorts are welcome, including but not limited to art, creative non-fiction, poetry, and photography. "Expressions of faith" may by all means include doubt and searching. We seek art from all genres, and writing that is creative, raw, and authentic. Deadline for the pilot issue is August 27, 2004, to be published by January 2005.
Send submissions along with your name, address, email, age, and a little something about yourself and about your submission to:
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If possible, send written submissions by email and visual submissions by post. Your questions or comments are also welcome. Direct them to Carol Brorsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Fine print sorts of things: Writing should be short for this, no more than 500 words, and not published elsewhere. If you send media like photos or slides and want them back, send along a self-addressed stamped envelope. All submissions will be acknowledged by email. Everyone who has something published will receive two copies of the publication and will be acknowledged in the magazine with a photo and a short bio.
Homophobia and the Global South: Simon Sarmiento, writing in Thinking Anglicans, has filed this report on a recent study by Amnesty International of the persecution of gays.
The Imperial Origins of the King's Church in Early America, 1607-1783, by James B. Bell is reviewed in the Church Times by Alec Ryrie.
Interpreting the Bible and the Constitution, by Jaroslav Pelikan is reviewed in the Church Times by Timothy Gorringe.
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'Father Joe': The Saint and the Satirist: A review by Andrew Sullivan, in the New York Times Sunday Book Review, of 'Father Joe: The Man Who Saved My Soul', by Tony Hendra.
A fragile peace: John Shaughnessy, writing in the Indianapolis Star, comments on how the Diocese of Indianapolis is working its way through sexuality issues.
In the language of Jesus: Martin Wainwright, in The Guardian, argues that Turkey's Christian revival has a message for Iraq's communities.
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