TLC Archive 2010
4 From Lost Boy to Bishop
The Episcopal Church of Sudan’s Diocese of Aweil has consecrated the Rt. Rev. Abraham Yel Nhial as its first bishop. He came to the United States in 2001, and recently completed studies at Trinity School for Ministry.
6 Rescuing Galileo from Scientism
By Daniel Muth
The authors of Galileo Observed begin with critiquing Victorian Era mythologizing about the trial as a major battlefield in a supposed “war of science and religion.”
4 Archbishops Face New Challenge: Women Bishops
Over the next few months the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have an opportunity to provide leadership, and this will be monitored well beyond the borders of England.
4 Archbishop Cites Models of Sts. Peter and Paul
5 Strutting as Screwtape
By Retta Blaney
Something an actor never wants to hear is that an audience member made an association between his performance and hell. One night about five years ago Max McLean had that very experience.
4 Mexico Adopts Anglican Covenant
5 Grace Cathedral Calls Dean
9 The Retirement Paradox
By Sudduth Rea Cummings
13 Called to Retirement
By Leigh Edwards
16 Alone with God
By Ephraim Radner
19 Reinhold Niebuhr Revisited
4 Canon Kearon Defends Archbishop’s Decisions
6 Restoring the Restoration: Anglican Memory and the Liturgical Calendar of 1662
By Benjamin Guyer
The 1660s provided the Church of England with the opportunity to restate its identity. In the words of historian Judith Maltby, the Restoration tells the story of “how the old church grew its backbone.”
9 Conflict and the Practice of Christian Faith
4 ACNA Celebrates its First Year
Officials of the Anglican Church in North America, which launched a year ago as an alternative to the Episcopal Church, are reporting significant progress in their efforts to share Eucharist with other churches and to do evangelism alongside messianic Jews.
4 Primatial Tensions Escalate
As the Anglican Communion Office has taken initial disciplinary steps toward the Episcopal Church, tensions have escalated between the Archbishop of Canterbury and Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori regarding the nature of Anglicanism.
4 Archbishop’s Letter Could Affect 30 Leaders
If all the Instruments of Communion were to exclude members based on actions that disregard the moratoria of the Windsor Report, 30 Anglican leaders — from laity to priests to archbishops — could be affected.
4 Bishop of El Camino Real Respects ‘Very Key Symbol’
Responding to requests from two bishops elsewhere in the Anglican Communion, the Bishop of El Camino Real did not attend the consecration of Bishops Diane Jardine Bruce and Mary Glasspool in Los Angeles on May 15.
4 Lambeth Silent after Glasspool Consecration
The Archbishop of Canterbury has been slower to respond to the consecration of the Rt. Rev. Mary Douglas Glasspool as a bishop suffragan than he was after her Dec. 5, 2009, election.