TLC Archive 2011

On Wrath and Hell: A Thomistic Dialogue - July 31, 2011

4 Civil Lawsuit Casts Wide Net
A civil lawsuit against Conception Abbey in rural Missouri has raised lingering questions about decisions made by both Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dubuque, Iowa.
By Lee Penn

Liturgical Arts - July 17, 2011

4 Bishop Salmon to Lead Nashotah House
The Rt. Rev. Edward L. Salmon, Jr., is the new dean and president of Nashotah House Theological Seminary, and will arrive on campus in August.

The Hope of Things to Come - July 3, 2011

4 Property Agreement Clears Way to Ordinariate
St. Luke’s Church will make a pilgrimage from Anglicanism to Roman Catholicism without leaving its historic location at 53rd Street and Annapolis Road in Bladensburg, Md.

Looking for a Restored Unity - June 19, 2011

Archbishop Encouraged by ARCIC III

Minister of Music
An Interview with Jeremy Begbie
By Stephanie Gehring
Many people first see Jeremy Begbie at a distance, onstage with a grand piano. He sits on a piano stool, leans forward with a lover’s total attention, and plays four bars of anything from Chopin to Boulez.

An Act of Judgment? - June 5, 2011

Challenging Future for Brazil’s Anglicans

Review Essay
The Republic of Grace by Charles Mathewes
Review by Jordan Hylden

Other Books
And One Was a Priest by Araminta Stone Johnston
Review by Douglas LeBlanc

15 Who Are the Christians in the Middle East?
by Betty Jane Bailey and J. Martin Bailey
Review by Richard J. Mammana, Jr.

Benefits of Scale - May 22, 2011

Church Pension Group Providing Laity Benefits

Church Investment Group Offers Benefits of Scale
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald
For years, Episcopalians have eyed the market-beating returns of large nonprofit endowments and asked a seemingly simple question: Why can’t our parishes, schools and dioceses do just as well with their investments? This year, a group of seasoned investment professionals is offering a fresh answer to that nagging question.

Spring Book & Music Issue - May 8, 2011

4 Secretaries of State:
Values Enhance Diplomacy

10 Committing Unity to Print
By David Richardson
What the Covenant has to offer the churches of the Communion is an instrument of unity and mission which, in good Anglican fashion, steers a middle path between centralism and juridical structures on the one hand and unfettered license and mutual irresponsibility on the other. But it does more.

The Resurrection of the Word - April 24, 2011

Haitian President-elect: “I Need to See Results”


Review Essays
8 Canon and Creed
The Church and Critical Theory
By Leander S. Harding
Robert W. Jenson is a major force in systematic theology and, with his colleague Carl Braaten, founded the Center for Catholic and Evangelical Theology, which has acted as a theological conscience for North American mainline Christianity.

A Gospel Worth Dying For - April 10, 2011

4 SCLM’s Rite in Progress:
‘The Outline of Marriage’?

10 A Gospel Worth Dying For
By Benjamin A. Kwashi
My attackers took me downstairs to the field outside my house, where they were going to kill me. I pleaded with them for an opportunity to pray.

In the Beginning Was the Word - March 27, 2011

4 Erastianism Debate Rears its Head

8 Waiting for God in the Welsh Countryside
The Poetic World of R.S. Thomas
By Benjamin Guyer

14 Our Unity in Christ Series
Embodying a Self-aware Anglicanism
By Matthew A. Gunter

12 Poetry and Christian Expression
The World in the Shadow of God
By Joel Dodson