The Nov. 4 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.

In the cover essay, the Rev. Michael Nai Chiu Poon, canon emeritus of St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Singapore, reviews The Oxford History of Anglicanism, Volume V, which he  concludes “merits attention from theologians, church leaders and seminary teachers, especially in the Anglican fraternity.”

Canon Poon adds:

Under Rowan Strong’s general editorship, the series is arguably the most formidable attempt in articulating Anglicanism at the outset of the third millennium.

It is published at a time where powerful forces of globalization and rapid advances in biotechnology are shaping outlook and practice. Anglicans and indeed Christians worldwide urgently need to find a fresh language to communicate with one another and with the wider human community in this vastly altered human situation.

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