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The Church of the East: An illustrated History of Assyrian Christianity, by Christoph Baumer, is reviewed by Geoffrey Rowell.
Exploring Reality: The Intertwining of Science and Religion, by John Polkinghorne, is reviewed by Alister McGrath.
Finally Feminist: A Pragmatic Christian Understanding of Gender, by John G. Stackhouse Jr, is reviewed by David Martin.
The History of the Church of England in Queensland, by Keith Rayner (1963). Bishop Keith Rayner, retired Primate of Australia, earned his Ph.D. for this thesis which is now available online in Adobe Acrobat format.
The Responsibility of the Church as Regards the Opium Traffic with China, by Arthur Evans Moule (1881). Moule (1836-1918) was a CMS missionary in China.
Episcopal Elections or Announcements
Letters to Anglicans Online
For further information on these and other listings, see our Vacancies Centre. If you don't find what you're looking for here, scan vacancy listings on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.
Goddard2Goddard: An InclusiveChurch/Fulcrum joint project of correspondence between Andrew Goddard and Giles Goddard continues. There are now several letters from each contributor posted at Fulcrum and InclusiveChurch. 'We agreed just before Christmas to correspond with each other over the next few months on matters relating to the challenges facing the Anglican Communion and the Church of England and to publish our exchanges online. The correspondence will appear on both the Fulcrum and Inclusive Church sites although both of us are writing in a personal capacity.'
Green Church Awards 2007: The Church Times Green Church Awards have been established 'to acknowledge, encourage and support the practical environmental work done by churches and their congregations; to spread the word about environmental action and encourage other congregations to get started; and to celebrate good practice, by featuring the shortlisted projects in the Church Times and at an Awards ceremony'. Entries end on 30 June 2007.
Handbooks of English Church Expansion: Australia, by A. E. David (1908). This book provides an overview of Australian Anglican history from the late eighteenth century until the beginning of the twentieth century. The online version includes a frontispiece and several photographs.
Education and Ministries
University of Wales Lampeter. 'Theology and Religious Studies currently delivers Level 3 (the equivalent of the final year of a degree course) in a Distance Learning Programme which can be pursued by individual students. We offer two options depending upon your point of entry'.
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National Episcopal Scouters Association: 'The purpose of the Association is to promote Scouting in the Episcopal and Continuing Churches (Anglican) and [to] support those Episcopal and Anglican Scouters and Scouts in [..] their endeavours.'
For more information on this position and information of other positions available, see our Vacancies Center.
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Poisoning the Wells of Open Debate: Giles Fraser writes in the Church Times (London) on blogs and bloggers.
'If you Meet George Herbert on the Road, Kill Him': Paul Roberts reflects on clergy life in the Church of England. This is part two of four reflections; the others are on clergy stress, visiting, and 'you get the clergy you plan for'.
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