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Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000
Paula Gooder reviews The Books of the New Testament, by Ian Boxall.
J. W. Rogerson reviews Ancient Israel: What Do We Know and How Do We Know It? by Lester L. Grabbe and Temple Themes in Christian Worship, by Margaret Barker.
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Corpus Christi: Roderick Strange writes in the Times (London) on 'A simple supper in an upper room that feeds us still'.
Paul's Cathedral: dome sweet dome: AA
Gill, the formidable Sunday Times (London) restaurant critic and mordant
essayist, visits St Paul's Cathedral for the first time and
describes the experience in prose good enough to eat.
Splitting Up: Anglican Angst: Jason Byassee writes in the Christian Century (Chicago) on ecclesiastical fragmentation. 'Theologians from Augustine onward have insisted that the effort to leave one church to start a better one results not in a better church but a worse one—and it also fosters the bad habit of defection. The history of Western Christendom attests to the wisdom of this view.'
Truly Divine and Truly Human: The Story of Christ and the Seven Ecumenical Councils, by Stephen W. Need, reviewed by Andrew Davison.
Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis, by Michael Ward reviewed by Mike Starkey.
A Handbook on Welsh Church Defence, by Alfred George Edwards (1894). Edwards writes a densely-argued case against the disestablishment of the Church in Wales; he subsequently served as first archbishop of the disestablished church.
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Preparing for the Lambeth Conference: Dave Walker, our favourite artistic Anglican opinionator by a very long shot, has a fine cartoon as usual.
The Struggle to be Truthful: Simon Barrow writes on the messy business of interpreting church attendance statistics. 'The problem of truthfulness in all this (the quest to portray accurately what is being measured or claimed about something) is that statistics are subject to a host of variables that don’t immediately assist headline writers and summarisers.'
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