TLC Archive 2011

Waiting for Jesus in Sudan - December 18, 2011

News
4 Claims Against Bishop Lawrence Dismissed
Among other allegations, a dossier claimed “on information and belief” that Bishop Mark J. Lawrence ordained his son to the priesthood. Instead, the Rt. Rev. Alden M. Hathaway, retired Bishop of Pittsburgh, ordained Chad Lawrence on Jan. 11, 2010, at St. Helena’s, Beaufort.

Lessons & Carols as Anglican Treasure - December 4, 2011

News
4 Canadian Bishop Questions University Chaplaincy

Features
8 Lessons and Carols as Anglican Treasure
By Daniel H. Martins
In places that have sophisticated musical resources, the Festival of Lessons and Carols is an unparalleled opportunity to really “strut” the gems of the Anglican choral tradition. But it and can also be done quite simply, with familiar hymns and carols that the congregation can sing, and in a variety of musical and ethnic styles.

Lord Carey at Nashotah House - November 20, 2011

News
4 South Carolinians ‘Don’t Like Being at War’

Features
8 ‘Look at the Picture You Have’
An Interview with Lord Carey
By Douglas LeBlanc

Our Unity in Christ:
In Support of the Anglican Covenant

12 Rebooting Anglican Communication
By Michael Poon

Rembrandt’s Act of Recognition - November 6, 2011

News
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Church Attorney Leaves Lawrence Case

Cultures
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Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus
Reviews of the exhibit and the book by Dennis Raverty and Garwood P. Anderson
Rembrandt’s use of a Jewish model for Jesus was unprecedented in Christian art and shocked some people, but using models of the same ethnicity as Jesus was undoubtedly intended by Rembrandt to achieve greater realism.

Anglican World Mission Issue - October 23, 2011

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Board Hears Case against Bishop Lawrence
By Douglas LeBlanc
The Rt. Rev. Mark J. Lawrence, Bishop of South Carolina, is being investigated on accusations of abandoning the Episcopal Church, and his diocese has released a 63-page document of the evidence brought against him.

Fall Book & Music Issue - October 9, 2011

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Seven Nominees in Central Florida
As the Diocese of Central Florida searches for its fourth bishop, seven nominees reflect its primarily evangelical identity, although both Anglo-Catholic and broad-church piety also are evident. The nominees’ answers to questions posed by the diocese’s standing committee leave few doubts on what they believe about blessing same-sex couples or offering the elements of the Eucharist to the unbaptized.

Learning from History - September 25, 2011

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6 A ‘Modern Scriptorium’ Honors Lancelot Andrewes
Traditional Anglican worship has found a new home within Orthodoxy. A growing number of Western-Rite Orthodox parishes and monasteries now exist within the Antiochian Orthodox Church and the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. One of the centers of this movement is St. Mark’s Western Rite Orthodox Church in Denver, and the associated Lancelot Andrewes Press, a publisher of high-quality liturgical and devotional books.

9/11 Ten Years On Issue date: September 11, 2011

News
4 St. Paul’s Welcomes the Pilgrims of 9/11
In some of the darkest moments of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center ten years ago, Nathan Brockman saw Christian hope embodied at the parish of Trinity Wall Street.

Bishops: Guardians of the Body of Christ - August 28, 2011

News
4 Eau Claire, Fond du Lac Consider Uniting

Features
Second Place
Student Essays in Christian Wisdom
8 The Wisdom of Small Groups
By Kyle Matthew Oliver
Theological discussions of Christian small groups tend to emphasize New Testament texts, perspectives, and models. A dominant New Testament focus can cause us to overlook the continuity of Scripture’s witness to God’s revealed intentions for our life in community.

Fall Education Issue - August 14, 2011

News
4 Alabama Suffragan Elected Next Bishop

Features
7 Why I Believe in Uganda Christian University
By Sam Young Garrett
UCU’s enrollment recently topped 10,000, marking extraordinary growth since 1997, when the Church of Uganda founded the university with 120 students. Now UCU is rapidly filling its 80-acre main campus on a breezy, palm-dotted hillside.

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