The plot of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 turns upon the decision to accept and preserve in safety an unborn child.
Essays & Reviews
By Leander S. Harding
To what degree will the new teaching be made a status confessionis, that is, a teaching upon which the Church must unite or divide? This is unclear in light of its presentation as an act of the Holy Spirit, leaving the ominous implication that those who resist are quenching the Spirit.
By Anthony F.M. Clavier
If “No Covenant,” what? How do Anglicans express a sound doctrine of the Church without competent instruments of unity?
By Cheryl White
The diocese has been the organizational framework for the life of the Church throughout the ages.
The complaints are patently frivolous and should be dismissed at the outset.
By Michael B. Cover
We need to ask whether smaller dioceses present us with a problem to be solved or a parabolic challenge to be answered.
By Ephraim Radner
The role of bishops is now itself a part of the struggle for the Episcopal Church’s faithful mission.
By Peter M. Doll
If the ardent spirits of youth brought Henry Caswall to America, a more mature Romanticism later channeled them into a hopeful vision of a worldwide communion of Anglican churches.
By Mary Tanner
What is it that constitutes recognisable identity amidst the myriad particularities of time and space?
Review by Ken Ross
If the flinty gaze and violent oeuvre of Clint Eastwood have long been your guilty pleasure, rejoice. Sara Anson Vaux has redeemed your little secret.