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In 1609, the Virginia Company published a series of sermons to garner support for the struggling joint-stock company. This essay analyzes two of these, with special attention to the biblical exegesis used. The two preachers examined, Robert Gray and William Symonds, both employ a hermeneutic of...
This symposium contribution scrutinizes Zahl’s treatise on the Holy Spirit and Christian experience from the perspective of his utilization of Augustine, Luther and Melanchthon. It exposits his argument as a critical retrieval of the early Reformation doctrine of justification by the Spirit’s...
This essay explores changing understandings of Anglican mission from the nineteenth century to the present. Three periods are identified. First, when mission was practiced “over there” (in the period before World War II), then when mission was understood in terms of mutuality (in the postwar...
The path toward correcting the ecological situation is the recovery of a defining narrative to provide a direction through reconciliation between ourselves and God, the land, and within our communities. The disordered relationship between the producer and consumer and between the urban and rural...
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