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Some Easter books for children are reviewed by Rachel Boulding in the Church Times.
The Philosophy of Religion, by Gwen Griffith-Dickson. Review by Oliver Davies in the Church Times.
John Wyclif: Myth and Reality, by G.R. Evans. Review by Giles Gasper in the Church Times.
Essay on Gothic Architecture, by John Henry Hopkins (1836). In this first book on Gothic architecture to be published in the United States, Hopkins draws on his experience of life on the American frontier to meet the architectural needs of a growing church.
Niger Mission, by Samuel Adjai Crowther (1872). Crowther (c. 1807-1891) was the first African Anglican bishop. In this travel narrative, he recounts his skilful navigation of Muslim-Christian divisions and tribal wars in Nigeria.
Sketches of Our Life at Sarawak, by Harriette McDougall (1882). This book by Harriette McDougall (1817-1886), wife of the first Bishop of Labuan and Sarawak, provides a wealth of information about the beginnings of Anglican life in what is now Malaysia.
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One Baptism, One Hope in God's Call: This report by a working group called the Special Commission on the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion is available online in Adobe Acrobat format, as well as in preliminary Spanish and French translations at this address.
Nailed by the heels? The Church Times reports on a recently-published study at Imperial College, London suggesting that Jesus (and other crucifixion victims) was nailed through the heel and not through the wrists as traditionally depicted.
Dear Rowan: The Guardian (London) republished an 'open letter' to the Archbishop of Canterbury by famed religion writer Andrew Brown.
John Barton reviews The Dead Sea Scrolls and the New Testament, by George Brooke in the Church Times.
John Gaskell reviews two books on preaching in the Church Times: Preparing to Preach: A Handbook for Preachers, by Maurice Burrell and A Guide to Preaching, by Roger Bowen.
Lights and Shadows. Richard Mammana reviews Man in the Middle: The Reform and Influence of Henry Benjamin Whipple, the First Episcopal Bishop of Minnesota, by Andrew S. Brake.
The Role of the Anglican Church in Mauritius / Le rôle de l'Église Anglicane à Maurice, by Trevor Huddleston (1981). This long bilingual pamphlet by the late Trevor Huddleston (1913-1998) is reproduced online with the permission of the Bishop of Mauritius.
The Plebeian. 'This account covers the period from 1876 when Reverend Shapurji Edalji, a Parsee convert to Christianity, became vicar of St Mark's Church in Great Wyrley, until well into 1912 when the case was still causing conflict between Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Edalji's champion, and Captain Anson, the second son of the Earl of Lichfield and Chief Constable of Staffordshire, who was the arch opponent of the Edalji family, disturbed about a ‘Hindoo parson' being the parish vicar in an outpost of his fiefdom'.
Canada: Ontario, Toronto, 9-12 May 2006
Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, 27-30 June 2006: The
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The Doctor and the Vicar: The Sydney Morning Herald tracks the PR storms and blog battles that followed its publication last week about a situation in the Diocese of Sydney.
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