The Global Anglican 135/2
Posted 23 Jun 2021
The latest edition of The Global Anglican is now on its way to subscribers
In this edition, Peter Jensen’s editorial considers the effect of non-Western cultures on preaching the gospel, especially with respect to the supernatural. James Wong, the Archbishop of the Indian Ocean, reflects on the statistics around family breakdown in the Seychelles and how the church should respond. ‘Tricia Williams’ research on the ways that faith can continue to grow in people with dementia includes moving interviews and thoughtful analysis to challenge the way that we minister in such situations.
Two articles on aspects of historical theology from Anthony Smith and Joe Mock both show the value of considering the past as we understand issues in the contemporary church. The issue also includes the usual range of book reviews and an invitation to new reviewers. If you would be interested in reviewing books for The Global Anglican, please do contact us for more information.
Full details of this issue are here. Subscriptions to The Global Anglican are £27 a year (£19 for students) in the UK. Subscribe here or purchase single editions here. Please note that there are discounted rates for Church Society members.
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