The October 5 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.
This Fall Books issue features essays and reviews by Archbishop Ian James Ernest, David Hein, Jordan Hylden, Daniel Muth, and Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori.
Bishop Jefferts Schori writes in her review:
Living with a Wild God is a brutally clear and honest example of the kind of account claimed by many of the unchurched and unreligious around us today. If you want to understand why Christianity struggles to explain itself, read this. If you want a glimpse of the “spiritual but not religious” milieu in which we live and move and have our being as Western Christians, read this. If you want a deeper sense of the struggles between Western and Global South Christianity, read this. If you want to re-encounter and re-enliven your own spiritual journey, read this.
‘Silence Is Full of Blood’
Life-sized Personhood | By Daniel Muth
From Kuyper to Carl Henry | By David Hein
Can Virtue Be Quantified? | By Jordan Hylden
The New Evangelicals | Review by Cameron Nations
Living with a Wild God | Review by Katharine Jefferts Schori
Reading a Different Story | Review by Ronald A. Wells
How to Go from Being a Good Evangelical to a Committed Catholic in Ninety-Five Difficult Steps | Review by Samuel Keyes
The Christian Monitors | Review by Calvin Lane
Theology, Aesthetics, & Culture | Review by Robert Davis Hughes III
The Reading and Preaching of the Scriptures in the Worship of the Christian Church, Vol. 7 | Review by Leander S. Harding
Curiosity’s Children | By Stewart Clem
Duty and Solidarity after Mandela | By Ian James Ernest
People & Places