Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

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This issue of the Anglican Theological Review contains three articles on the current and, one suspects, continuing debate among Anglicans about human sexuality. It is, I believe, appropriate that the articles should be located between articles on worship and Christology because it is within such a context that Anglicans and other Christians ought to debate such matters. Owen Thomas, learnedly and appropriately, adds to the discussion with his article on romantic love. I hope that readers will find the ordering of the articles "judicious".

For me and for many others of his students, it was sad to learn of the death of W Norman Pittenger at the age of ninety. Bishop Mellick Belshaw has contributed an affectionate memorial for Dr Pittenger, who contributed many articles to the journal when he was Professor of Christian Apologetics at The General Theological Seminary.

It is a pleasure to report several items which will be of interest to readers of the journal. First, Frank Griswold, the Bishop of Chicago, a long-time friend and contributor to the Review, was elected Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church at the recent meeting of General Convention. He has contributed articles on the bishop as a person of prayer and on the future of relations between Anglicanism and the Roman Catholic Church. He is also a member of the Board of the journal. I believe he will bring to the office of Presiding Bishop both a theological and a prayerful presence.

Second, the Executive Committee of the Board has nominated David Middleton, a teacher and poet, to be the new Poetry Editor of the journal. …

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