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Books, Magazines and Authors
Palgrave Advances in the European Reformations, edited by Alec Ryrie, is reviewed with Moderate Voices in the European Reformation, edited by Luc Racaut and Alec Ryrie, by Euan Cameron in the Church Times. 'Palgrave Advances in the European Reformations offers a series of historiographical essays on different aspects of the Reformation... Moderate Voices more subtly identifies those who were clear about their beliefs but were less radically exclusive.'
Pascal's Fire: Scientific Faith and Religious Understanding, by Keith Ward, reviewed in the Church Times by John Habgood. 'Science itself, says Ward, is possible only on the basis of faith in the ultimate intelligibility of the universe; and there are realities inaccessible to science which only religious experience can disclose.'
South Sea Island Labour Traffic, by John Coleridge Patteson (1871). Bishop Patteson writes this memorandum to the General Synod of the Church of England in New Zealand, in which he argues that the traffic in labourers in the South Pacific parallels the former traffic in African slaves.
The Southern Cross and Southern Crown; Or, the Gospel in New Zealand, by Sarah Tucker (1866). This long account of the first fifty years of Anglican life in New Zealand is by prolific author and mission chronicler Sarah Tucker (1821-1893). A series of striking engravings begins the narrative.
Virginia, Richmond, 16-19 November 2006: Going Forward Together:
Third Millennium Christianity
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Ministry and Education
Oxford Brookes University: (UK) Both undergraduate and graduate online education. 'We offer a range of part-time distance learning programmes from single modules to certificate, diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Our distance education is student focused offering maximum flexibility and choice.' (Cross-listed in Web Resources)
Trinity OnLine: (USA) Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA, has an extensive selection of courses available online. 'Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry is unique in that it shapes Christian leaders through its commitment to Biblical Theology and mission, to historical and global Anglicanism, and to biblical, authentic community. The Center for Distance Learning seeks to bring this ethos within reach of those who are unable to relocate to our residential campus.' (Cross-listed in Web Resources)
University of St Andrews. (Scotland). Online program from St Mary's College School of Divinity. (Cross-listed in Web Resources)
Seeking a position? Scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites with vacancies listings throughout the communion.
Brinks College, Oxford University. (UK) Both undergraduate and graduate online education. 'We offer a range of part-time distance learning programmes from single modules to certificate, diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Our distance education is student focused offering maximum flexibility and choice.' (Cross-listed in Ministry and Education)
Trinity OnLine. (USA) Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA, has an extensive selection of courses available online. 'Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry is unique in that it shapes Christian leaders through its commitment to Biblical Theology and mission, to historical and global Anglicanism, and to biblical, authentic community. The Center for Distance Learning seeks to bring this ethos within reach of those who are unable to relocate to our residential campus.' (Cross-listed in Ministry and Education)
University of St Andrews. (Scotland). Online program from St Mary's College School of Divinity. (Cross-listed in Ministry and Education)
Drive for multi-faith Britain deepens rifts, says Church: In the Telegraph, Jonathan Wynne-Jones writes that 'The Church of England has launched an astonishing attack on the Government's drive to turn Britain into a multi-faith society'.
'In 20 years, there will be no more Christians in Iraq': In The Guardian, Mark Lattimer wonders why the coalition forces haven't done more to protect them.
Laureate Tutu Remains Tireless Advocate: The New York Times reports on Archbishop Tutu's 75th birthday party.
Terry Waite joins Quakers to escape ‘chirpy’ vicars: In the Sunday Times, Christopher Morgan talks with one of the 'world's best known Anglicans' about his reasons for attending the Friends' Meeting House instead of his local parish church.
Time and Gravity Take a Toll on St. Bartholomew's Church: Christopher Gray, in the New York Times, counts the loss.
Vicar under fire from equality chief after racist joke and comments about 'damage' of multiculturalism: Steven Morris reports in The Guardian.
A columbarium of Episcopal-search websites: A few weeks ago Anglicans Online asked: 'Where do bishop-search websites go after the elections are complete?' Douglas LeBlanc solves the mystery.
Women, Power and Religious Patronage in the Middle Ages, by Erin L. Jordan, is reviewed by Gillian Evans in the Church Times.
Roderick Dunnett reviews Humphrey Clucas' Taking Stock: The first sixty years, also in the Church Times.
The Life of John Travers Lewis, by His Wife (no date). Lewis (1825-1901) was born in Ireland and served as a primary supporter of the idea of convening the first Lambeth Conference. He was the first Bishop of Ontario, the first Archbishop of Ontario, the first Primate of Canada, the first bishop consecrated in Canada, the last bishop appointed by the Crown for Canada, and a cautious High Churchman.
South Sea Epic: War and the Church in New Guinea, compiled by Ruth Henrich (1944). This book provides extensive documentation of the life of Anglicans in New Guinea during the Japanese invasion of 1941. Much of the Anglican Communion commemorates the Martyrs of New Guinea on 2 September; many of their own words are available online now for the first time.
Elections or Announcements
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St James Family Center: Cathlamet, Washington. 'Our mission is to strengthen families by promoting self-sufficiency, life-long learning, and healthy living free of substance abuse, child abuse and family violence.'
St John in the Wilderness Adult Education and Formation: This extensive website produced by a parish in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, provides information and resources on what looks like one of the most extensive parish education programmes we have seen.
Five Talents: Craig Cole writes in The Living Church (Milwaukee) on a micro-credit programme sponsored by the Central Philippines and Five Talents International. The Millennium Development Goals 'have become almost a rallying cry in The Episcopal Church, and they have released a wonderful rush of energy to assist the world’s poorest. In another positive aspect, the goals are agreed upon by many members of our denomination no matter where they stand on other issues.'
St Thomas Church Fifth Avenue Webcasting: From September through June this New York City parish with a world-famous musical programme provides webcasts of its choral worship. (Cross-listed in Music Resources.)
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