The Oct. 7 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers. In the cover essay, scholar Wilfred M. McClay writes: There are many things that the world does not understand about teaching. One of them is this: those of us who do it, particularly primary and secondary teachers, are granted precious little time to step back and reflect together on the … [Read more...] about New: 10/7 TLC Online
Archives for September 21, 2018
The Diocese of West Tennessee has announced three nominees in the search for its fourth bishop: The Rev. Marian Dulaney Fortner, rector, Trinity Church, Hattiesburg, MS: “Currently, I am in my tenth year as rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, a faithful parish serving downtown Hattiesburg for more than a century. My path has taken me from twelve years of practicing law in … [Read more...] about Three Nominees for W. Tenn.
The Most Rev. Suheil Dawani, Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, has appointed an American priest as his chaplain and a British priest as dean of St. George’s College. The Rev. Donald D. Binder, rector of Pohick Church near Mount Vernon, will become Archbishop Suheil’s new chaplain and the Rev. Richard Sewell, rector of the Barnes Team Ministry in southwest London, will become … [Read more...] about Two Priests Called to Jerusalem
Soul Mates Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos By W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger Oxford University Press. Pp. 225. $27.95 Review by M. Dion Thompson Anyone looking to see how much American society has changed in the last few decades need look no further than the American family. The declining influence of religion, … [Read more...] about Tightly Focused Study