The October 6 edition of The Living Church is available online to registered subscribers.

This Education issue includes an article by G. Jeffrey MacDonald on the Episcopal School of Nashville, which is creating a school from scratch in modular buildings on a rented parking lot. MacDonald also reports on “Messy Church,” a service format that has kids dragging their parents to church. Cæli enarrant from Christopher Wells considers the evangelical basis of Christian Education.

Mark Michael reports on the Order of Naucratius, a ministry founded by two friends from seminary to provide fresh fish and game to feed the hungry in two states.

Kirk Petersen has news reports on disciplinary charges filed against the Bishop of Albany; on the bishop from Hurricane Irma’s outreach to victims of Hurricane Dorian; and on Virginia Theological Seminary committing $1.7 million to reparations for slavery.

Plus there’s the winning essay from TLC’s 10th annual Student Essays in Christian Wisdom competition, along with book reviews and People & Places.

All this and more is from an independent voice covering the Episcopal and Anglican world since 1878. Consider subscribing today.

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NEWS

  • Episcopal School of Nashville: A Heart Open to Others
    By G. Jeffrey MacDonald
  • Order of Naucratius Nets Big Catch for the Needy
    By Mark Michael

FEATURES

  • ‘In Him All Things Hold Together’
    By Robert J. Dean
  • Desire, Discontent, and Identity in the Totus Christus
    By Jonathan Jameson
  • The Homely Hours | By susanna Cover
  • God Knows We’re Messy, and That’s OK
    By G. Jeffrey MacDonald

BOOKS

  • Christian Theologies of the Sacraments
    Review by Mac stewart
  • The Origins of Anglican Moral Theology
    Review by Simon Cuff
  • Cosmology in Theological Perspective
    Review by Andrew Davison

OTHER DEPARTMENTS

  • Cæli enarrant
  • People & Places
  • Sunday’s Readings

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