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Winter 2020
Volume 102 • Number 1

Editors' Notes

Jason A. Fout and Scott MacDougall

1

Brief Introductions to Anglican Theology: Theological Method

Theological Methodology and the Jesus Movement through the Work of F. D. Maurice

Kelly Brown Douglas

7

Articles

Jeremy Taylor on the Practice of Theology

Matthew C. Kruger

31

Ecclesia as Gathering Only? Evaluating the Use of Scripture in Proposals of the “Knox-Robinson Ecclesiology”

C. Ryan Fields

49

Catholicity and a Vocation for the Anglican Communion

Bruce Kaye

71

Practicing Theology

A Kind of Upside-Downness: Learning Disability, Community, and Shabbat Wisdom for the Church

Deborah Hardy Ford

97

Poetry

Learning the (winter) word for cypress

Lindon Stall

113

Ice Dam

Maryann Corbett

114

Aokigahara

Michael Waters

115

Memento

Michael Knowles

116

Stopping at Home on a Winter Evening
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Anne Sheldon

117

Psalm

Daniel Kraft

118

Reviews in Depth

Brownian Motion in Biblical Interpretation Garrick V. Allen, Christopher R. Brewer, and Dennis F. Kinlaw III, editors, The Moving Text: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on David Brown and the Bible

A. K. M. Adam

119

Repetition and Radical Orthodoxy Catherine Pickstock, Repetition and Identity

Christopher H. Martin

123

Book Reviews

Jeremy Begbie, A Peculiar Orthodoxy: Reflections on Theology and the Arts

Thomas Breedlove

127

William S. Craddock Jr., Restreaming: Thriving in the Currents of Retirement

Linda Watt

130

Barbara Cawthorne Crafton, Called

Phillip Ayers

131

David Craig, Every Tongue Confess

Angela Alaimo O’Donnell

134

Shannon Craigo-Snell and Christopher J. Doucot, No Innocent Bystanders: Becoming an Ally in the Struggle for Justice

Paul H. Castelli

137

Peter Enns, How the Bible Actually Works: In Which I Explain How an Ancient, Ambiguous, and Diverse Book Leads Us to Wisdom Rather Than Answers—and Why That’s Great News

Marshall A. Jolly

140

Brian P. Flanagan, Stumbling in Holiness: Sin and Sanctity in the Church

J. K. Melton

141

Stephen R. Haynes, The Battle for Bonhoeffer: Debating Discipleship in the Age of Trump

Javier A. Garcia

143

Graham R. Hughes, Reformed Sacramentality

James Farwell

146

Gary Kuchar, George Herbert and the Mystery of the Word: Poetry and Scripture in Seventeenth-Century England

Brad Pickens

148

Jonathan Merritt, Learning to Speak God from Scratch: Why Sacred Words are Vanishing— and How We Can Revive Them

Nancy C. Wallis

151

Edward Rommen, Being the Church: An Eastern Orthodox Understanding of Church Growth

Minna Hietamäki

154

Joseph D. Small, Flawed Church, Faithful God: A Reformed Ecclesiology for the Real World

Philip W. Butin

157

Terrence N. Tice, Schleiermacher: The Psychology of Christian Faith and Life

Andrew L. Christiansen

160

Samuel Wells, How Then Shall We Live? Christian Engagement with Contemporary Issues

Jonathan Huggins

163

W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger, Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage among African Americans and Latinos

Nicholas Grier

164

Rowan Williams, Christ the Heart of Creation

Winston Dwarka Graham Persaud

166

Bill Wylie-Kellerman, Principalities in Particular: A Practical Theology of the Powers That Be

J. Scott Jackson

170

 
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