Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

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It is a great pleasure to publish in this issue an article by Dr David Cunningham, the new Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary-the institution which has always had a strong tie to the Anglican Theological Review. Professor Cunningham's article explores the controversial questions surrounding the naming of God in the doctrine of the Trinity. He is a most welcome addition to the pages of the journal.

It should also be noted that the Dean of Seabury-Western and President of the Board of the ATR, the Very Revd Mark Sisk, has been elected Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese of New York. All of us associated with the Review wish him well in the very arduous work of the episcopate, and we very much hope that he will continue his close relationship with the journal.

This issue also includes a sermon by Professor Richard Norris, given at the memorial eucharist for W. Norman Pittenger at The General Theological Seminary. Dr. Pittenger was a frequent contributor to the ATR and a highly regarded theologian, whose roots in the Anglican tradition were very deep. He was also a most beloved and inspiring teacher and priest, as Professor Norris makes clear, for many of us who knew him and studied with him.

Anglicanism has always had a strong literary tradition, so it is good to have in this issue articles examining two noted writers from the recent past, C. S. Lewis and Charles Williams, and one who is more recent, Susan Howatch. Each of the articles explores some of the theological themes which appear in their writings. …

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