Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

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It is not the usual practice of the ATR to reprint articles which have been published in other journals; in this issue, however, we are making an exception. Three of the articles (by Richard Corney, Richard Norris, and Ellen Davis) in this issue were derived from the Paddock lectures given at The General Theological Seminary in 1995 and printed in The Anglican in 1996. I read them and admired them. Shortly after that I received the article, also in this issue, from Mark Burrows, and I thought that it would fit in well with the Paddock lectures, and so I approached the editor of The Anglican and received permission to reprint the Paddock lectures in the ATR. And then, Ellen Davis recommended to me the article by Sister Edmee, which carried on the conversation. All of them now appear together, thereby showing the kind of congruence which can be pleasing to editors and, one hopes, to readers. We are grateful for permission to reprint the original articles published in The Anglican.

The article on the gift of Celtic sight by Jennifer Phillips also fits nicely into the themes developed on the "Song of Songs", and so I am happy to include it as well.

While there are differences between theological education in the Church of England and in other parts of the Anglican Communion, I believe that the response by Jeremy Morris to an earlier article by John White will be of interest and value to readers of the Review, because it also deals with some of the questions which vex all those concerned with theological education.

Finally, it is good to have Andrew Marr's introduction to the thought of Rene Girard, a philosopher whose importance is only beginning to be recognized, and to have the illuminating and gracious Booknotes by Barbara Brown Taylor. …

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