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The First Christian Theologians: An Introduction to Theology in the Early Church, edited by G. R. Evans, is reviewed in the Church Times by Thomas Graumann. 'While most essays focus on individual thinkers, or closely related groups such as the Cappadocian Fathers (well presented by M. Ludlow), others follow thematic lines, or introduce specific areas of ecclesial writing'.
Theology by Heart: Women, the Church and God, by Ellen Clark-King is reviewed in the Church Times by Kenneth Leech. 'Aware that she, a middle-class feminist with an academic background, was, for the first time, living on an estate consisting almost entirely of white working-class Geordies, she undertook a process of serious listening to her neighbours, and particularly to the women, to see what she, feminists, and the wider Church could learn from them'.
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Saint Columb's Hall Reunion: 'Formed in 1996 to encourage study of the Hall's contribution to clergy formation and to study the history and future of the ordained ministry... Our journal, 'The Dove', is issued twice a year. Open to graduates and friends of Saint Columb's Hall Wangaratta, Victoria, together with those who have an interest in the training and formation of deacons and priests'.
Church Society: '... exists to promote a biblical faith which shapes both the Church of England and the society in which we live for the sake of Christ.'
Fulcrum: 'A network of evangelical Anglicans, seeking to renew the centre of the evangelical tradition and the centre of Anglicanism, acting as a point of balance within the Church of England.'
Ledbury Deanery 'Chapter and Verse': News from the 22 parishes of this deanery in the Diocese of Hereford.
Operation Leofric: Friends of Leominster Priory: 'Devoted to the maintenance and preservation of the historic Herefordshire priory, founded in 660 AD.'
New Orleans, 19 October 2004-May 7, 2005
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Gordonwood Center: In Ortonville, Michigan, a camp and conference centre owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan.
Thompson Children's Home: In Matthews, North Carolina. The Thompson Orphanage opened in 1886 on the outskirts of Charlotte under Episcopal auspices. 'After serving children at this location for more than 75 years, plans were announced to move Thompson to its current 40-acre location just outside Charlotte. The name was changed to Thompson Children's Home in the 1970s and the agency began evolving to provide full-service care for children'.
Trinity Center: In Salter Path, North Carolina, a retreat and conference centre owned and operated by the Diocese of East Carolina.
List a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO -- at no charge. What a bargain! The more you use our free service, the more useful it will become for all. Seeking a position? Scan vacancies on diocesan web sites with vacancies listings throughout the communion.
Anglican Church -- out of touch and hope? The Rugby League writer for Crikey (an independent Australian news service) deplores recent statements from Sydney.
The Church of Ireland in the Age of Louis XIV, by Andrew Whittaker. Reviewed by Michael Wheeler in the Church Times.
Please forgive me: Doug LeBlanc, writing for Episcopal Life (an official publication of the US Episcopal Church) reflects on the recent challenge from the ABC to repent.
The Problem of Evil and the Problem of God, by D. Z. Phillips. Reviewed in the Church Times by John Saxbee, Bishop of Lincoln.
Where was God on Boxing Day? Paul Handley, editor of the Church Times, wrote this column for The Independent.
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