The Editor of the Anglican Way, Dr Roberta Bayer, is pleased to announce that the next edition of the Society’s Magazine is currently on its way to subscribers. (ERRATUM: please note that in Fr. Rix’s article about his trip to Tanzania there is a picture which is said to be of Bishop Makaya, in fact however it is a picture of Archbishop Jacob Chimeledya. The Editor apologizes for this mistake.)
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The Contents of this edition include
Reflections from the Editor;
From the President of the Society: Incarnation and image, An essay reflecting on the sense of divine presence and activity and especially the sense of Christ’s suffering and humanity jeopardized by Reformation iconoclasm, Fr. Gavin Dunbar;
New and Old Learning and the Reformation in England, Dr. Roberta Bayer;
Society Outreach in the Anglican Province of Tanzania, Christian Marriage in the Book of Common Prayer (1662), an Address to the Youth Conference of Western Tanganyika, Fr. Edward Rix, PBS Vice President;
Obergeffel and the End of Marriage, Professor Eric Enlow, Dean of Handong International Law School;
Finding Pipe Organs for Small Congregations, Peter Bayer, A Student at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC.
Evelyn Underhill and the Book of Common Prayer, The Rt. Revd. Council Nedd;
A German Retrospective, on the visit there of the choir of St Andrews Episcopal Academy;
An Epiphany Sermon, Fr. William Martin, member emeritus of the PBS Board.
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Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff