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Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000
Adam Ford reviews three books: The Language
of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief by Francis Collins [See contents and more], Christ of the Everyday by Jeff Astley, and
The Big Questions by Jonathan Hill.
The Blackwell Companion to the Bible and Culture, edited by John F. A. Sawyer is reviewed by Richard Harries [See contents and more]. 'The influence of the Bible in the past has been incalculable, and this Companion sets out at least some of the ways in which that can be traced. John Sawyer admits that, despite its 30 substantial essays, it is highly selective, and readers will not find in it all they might hope to see discussed. Nevertheless, this is probably as comprehensive an approach as one could expect to find anywhere, and there is much of interest and use.'
Temptation and Testing by Paul Butler is reviewed by Jeremy Crossley. 'Reminding us that the Greek word for temptation can also mean testing, he explains the original significance of the word, and shows how we can respond to temptation in such a way that we grow more and more into the likeness of Jesus. And that is the aim of the whole book.'
International Order of St Luke the Physician: Ontario chapter. 'a ministry of the Diocese of Ontario dedicated to providing books and other resources for Christian education, faith, worship and ministry. We are committed to providing personalized service to individuals, churches and the wider community.'
Elections or Announcements
For more information on this and other listings, see our Vacancies Centre. Also scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.
Anglicanism and Protestantism: Alister McGrath writes in the Church of Ireland Gazette.
Converting to the RCL: Alan Lewis of Calvary Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania writes in The Living Church (Milwaukee) on lectionary change afoot.
Wealth creation can atone for the sins of Mammon: Peter Mullen writes in the Times (London). 'But we should not serve money: for that is the sin of Mammon. The City [of London] must look beyond itself to the values of the City of God.'
James Garrard reviews Crisis of Doubt: Honest Faith in Nineteenth-century England, by Timothy Larsen.
Mark Vernon reviews The Weight of Things: Philosophy and the Good Life, by Jean Kazez.
Episcopal Elections or Announcements
Schools and Education
Job Listings: The Anglican Church of Canada has launched a new vacancies webpage. Most positions are located in Canada, though one opening in Mexico indicates that non-Canadian vacancies may be posted here as well.
Screen Captured: Canadian Anglican deacon Aaron Orear writes in The Living Church (Milwaukee) on 'Greg Garrett, who went to the movies for a good action flick and ended up following a bread crumb trail that led him into a relationship with God'.
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