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Anglican Theological Review: Fall 2015

Anglican Theological Review: Fall 2015

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The Fall 2015 issue of the ATR opens with an article by Clive Beed and Cara Beed exploring the question of whether egalitarian governance was practiced within the Jesus movement. Three addresses given in 2014 in honor of theologian Daniel W. Hardy then follow: Julie Gittoes expands Hardy's notion of the "gifting of responsibility" by the Spirit and our participation in "divine light"; Jason A. Fout considers the importance in Hardy's work of the notion of sociopoiesis, the ongoing activity of God in the world; and Stephen Srikantha explores how Hardy related sociopoiesis to the practice of eucharistic worship. The Review Article for this issue is a survey by Preston D. S. Parsons on recent studies of the life and work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.

Three Practicing Theology essays are included in this issue. Cathy George reflects on the effect of partnerships in building up an economically challenged church and community. Marek Zabriskie then discusses the Bible Challenge project he founded, which provides a structure for Bible reading that has led participants to deepened faith and lasting church revitalization. Finally, James Walters reviews the key moments, persons, and writings in the life of William Stringfellow to highlight lessons we might learn from him about church leadership.

As always, the Fall 2015 issue includes a selection of poetry and book reviews.

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BN ID: 2940156674220
Publisher: The Anglican Theological Review, Inc.
Publication date: 11/09/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Clive Beed was Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Melbourne and Cara Beed was Lecturer in Sociology at the Australian Catholic University. They have published in academic journals on the relation between theology and economics, in 1997 awarded a Templeton Prize. Many papers were consolidated into a book, titled Alternatives to Economics: Christian Socio-Economic Perspectives (University Press of America, 2006. Cara is a member of the Steering Committee of the Theology of Work Project based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Jason A. Fout is Associate Professor of Anglican Theology in the Bexley Seabury Seminary Federation. He is the author of Fully Alive: The Glory of God and the Human Creature in Karl Barth, Hans Urs von Balthasar and Theological Exegesis of Scripture (T&T Clark, 2015).

Cathy H. George is Associate Dean and Director of Formation for Berkeley Divinity School at Yale and a student in the Doctorate in Ministry program at Boston University School of Theology in Transformation Leadership. She has served both as a parish priest, and a chaplain in prison and hospital settings. She is the author of You Are Already Praying: Stories of God at Work (Morehouse Publishing, 2013).

Julia Gittoes is a Residentiary Canon at Guildford Cathedral. She is responsible for developing the Cathedral’s educational work, including engaging in public dialogue. She continues to teach and write on theological issues and has recently coedited Generous Ecclesiology: Church, World and the Kingdom of God with Brutus Green and James Heard (SCM Press, 2012).

Preston D. S. Parsons is a priest of the Anglican Church of Canada, and a Ph.D. candidate at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge. He also serves as Priest Vicar, St. John’s College, University of Cambridge.

Stephen Srikantha is a doctoral student in theology at King’s College, London, and is in formation for ordained ministry at Westcott House, Cambridge.

James Walters is Chaplain to the London School of Economics and oversees the work of the LSE Faith Centre. He writes regularly on politics, philosophy, and theology. His book on theology and social theory, Baudrillard and Theology, was published in 2012 with Bloomsbury.

Marek P. Zabriskie is rector of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. He is the founder of The Bible Challenge and director of the Center for Biblical Studies.

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