List from All Articles and Interweavings containing the tag anglican
The Revd David Goodhew
David Goodhew examines why some parts of the Anglican Communion are growing fast and others are not.
Originally published by the Church Times (https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2017/6-january/features/features/a-story-of-growth-and-decline) and republished here with permission.
21/03/2017 An Interweaving
Bishop Graham's Interweavings for March focuses on Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion: 1980 to the Present. Edited by David Goodhew, Director of Ministerial Practise at Cranmer Hall, St John’s College, Durham, it was published by Routledge in December 2016.
04/03/2017 An Interweaving
For February's Interweavings, Bishop Graham looks at the newly launched book from the Anglican Inter Faith Network (AFIN) of the Anglican Communion, 'Out of the Depths.'
This is also published on Covenant, available here: http://livingchurch.org/covenant/2017/03/04/out-of-the-depths/
Foundations of Protestant Christianity: The Roots of Anglicanism in Colonial Coastal Andhra: Madras Presidency, India
Dr. Santha Varikoti- Jetty
This article by Dr Santha Varikoti-Jetty, looks at 'Foundations of Protestant Christianity:The Roots of Anglicanism in Colonial Coastal Andhra: Madras Presidency, India.' This is the first article by Dr Varikoti-Jetty looking at this subject.
This article from Daniel Muñoz, looking at the Anglican or Episcopal Identity as Mestizaje Ecclesiology, is available here in both English and Spanish.
An article by Professor Kahwa Njojo, looking at the Anglican Church in the Congo. Please note, this article is in French.
18/11/2016 An Interweaving
Bishop Graham's October Interweavings reflects on his visit to Rome for the 50th Anniversary of the Anglican Centre in Rome, and a lecture he gave at the Pontifical Urban University.
This chapter by Duane Miller, taken from the forthcoming book 'The Oxford History of Anglicanism, Volume III: Partisan Anglicanism and its Global Expansion 1829-c.1914', explores the issue of Anglican identity in the Middle East up until the Edinburgh Conference of 1910
This is a draft of a chapter that has been accepted for publication by Oxford University Press in the forthcoming book The Oxford History of Anglicanism, Volume III: Partisan Anglicanism and its Global Expansion 1829-c.1914 edited by Rowan Strong due for publication in 2017.
31/05/2016 An Interweaving
Bishop Graham's May Interweavings reflects on the time he spent in Cairo for the first Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference.
A Seminar of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project, delivered by The Revd Dr Robert Heaney at Westminster Abbey on 12th May 2016.
29/04/2016 An Interweaving
I left Lusaka, Zambia with fond memories of family celebrations, hospitality, delight in God and the African joy of the gospel.
Zachary Guiliano reflects on some of the points raised by The Revd Dr Griphus Gakuru in his recent Seminar, focusing on education, Anglican interdependence, and ecumenical cooperation.
The Revd Dr Titre Ande Georges
A paper presented by The Revd Dr Titre Ande Georges, Bishop of Aru Diocese in Democratic Republic of the Congo, whilst on Sabbatical at Ridley College in Cambridge.
29/02/2016 An Interweaving
Bishop Graham offers comments on two of the six excellent books shortlisted for the 2016 Michael Ramsey Prize, by Francis Spufford and Frances Young.
This article from Dr. Zachary Guiliano considers Revd. Dr. Wonsuk Ma's stimulating paper from the recent seminar, and asks questions of theology, mission and unity for the global church.
27/01/2016 An Interweaving
An article focusing on the Primates' Meeting 2016 at Canterbury, by Bishop Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion.
04/12/2015 An Interweaving
19/11/2015 An Interweaving
A sermon given at King’s College Chapel, Cambridge on Sunday 15 Nov 2015, based on Colossians 1:3-12 and Luke 2:25-38.
Bess Twiston Davies
Graham Kings, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mission Theologian, is reaching out to the church’s ‘Global South’, writes Bess Twiston Davies.
This article is reproduced with kind permission of The Times newspaper.
G Jeffrey MacDonald
Before Bishop Kings began his job in England, he was in the United States outlining his vision for the role and providing a glimpse of what is to come. That meant nudging the primates of Brazil, South Korea, and Pakistan to reflect theologically at a luncheon panel sponsored by Virginia Theological Seminary's Center for Anglican Communion Studies and the Compass Rose Society.
As he begins his new post as Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, Graham Kings speaks to Wim Houtman and Dick Schinkelshoek, religion journalists with Nederlands Dagblad, the evangelical daily newspaper in the Netherlands.
An address given at the lunch organised by the Center for Anglican Communion Studies (VTS) and the Compass Rose Society at General Convention of The Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City, Friday 26 June 2015
The faith background of Graham Kings and the priorities of the post of Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, published originally in Anglican World, the magazine of the Communion and republished with permission.
The background to Graham Kings's conversion and missionary vocation and an outline of the post of Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, which he takes up on 16 July 2015, published originally in The Living Church and republished with permission.