TLC Archive 2011

Our Unity in Christ - March 13, 2011

4 Parishes, Dioceses Reach Amicable Settlements

10 Our Unity in Christ series
An Ardent Longing
By Christopher Wells

22 Anglican Faces
James Theodore Holly: First Bishop of Haiti
By Richard J. Mammana, Jr.

33 Find Your Parish’s Calling and Empower Your People
By Donald V. Romanik

13 Baptized into What?
One Baptism
Review by Mary Tanner

Teaching the Bible - February 27, 2011

Mere Anglicanism: Changes in the Air
5 Iranian Church Grows Amid Persecution

Featured Reviews
8 New Works in the Theological Interpretation of Scripture
Christopher R. Seitz reviews Theological Interpretation of Scripture, The Word of God for the People of God: An Entryway to the Theological Interpretation of Scripture and Sharper Than a Two-Edged: Sword Preaching, Teaching, and Living the Bible.

Haiti Rebuilds - February 13, 2011

‘Go and See What They Are Doing’
The Presiding Bishop Visits Southeast Mexico


Focus on Haiti

10 Smithsonian Helps Save Haitian Murals
By Gary G. Yerkey
In the heart of downtown Port-au-Prince, one year after the nation’s devastating earthquake, a towering remnant of Cathédrale St. Trinité’s north transept stands alone, its walls still covered with some of this country’s most precious but damaged works of art.

Achieving Disagreement - January 30, 2011

4 South Sudanese Voting for Freedom

10 Achieving Disagreement
Seven questions point toward theological clarity
By George R. Sumner

17 Aldersgate and Athens
19 Faith: What It Is and What It Isn’t

catholic voices
24 Anglican Toleration Revisited
An exchange of letters
By Lawrence Crumb and Mark F.M. Clavier

Reconsidering Catholic England under Mary Tudor - January 16, 2011

4 ‘Matt’s Trees’ Makes New Orleans Greener

8 When Fabric Suffers More than People
A review essay on Eamon Duffy’s
Fires of Faith: Catholic England under Mary Tudor
By Sarah Apetrei

19 The Lord Who Unites Us
A Postscript on ‘Teaching Jesus and the Unity of the Church’
By Leander S. Harding and Christopher Wells

Jesus Walked among Us - January 2, 2011

4 Volunteers Help Churches Survive Recession
By Steve Waring
The economic recession that began in 2008 has been devastating for many members of the Episcopal Church. For parish administrators, however, the downturn has created more parish volunteers and opportunities to help needy people.