Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

Academic journal article Anglican Theological Review

Editor's Notes

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Investigators in many fields are rediscovering treasure hidden from sight whenever theory and practice have been separated. This issue offers us a glimpse of such explorations. In each of the articles, our authors probe the link between the way we experience and interpret the world and the way we live and act in the world. They put the question before us, how does the life you lead shape the way you think? And how does your perception of reality enlarge or constrict the life that calls you forward?

Sandra Levy examines the social and mythic constructions of reality that shape the role the death penalty is playing in our culture. It is good to find a way of reflection about this that takes us beyond the usual schemes of thought, and surely it is a question always demanding the deepest consideration from those whose Lord was himself judicially executed. John Kater offers us a thorough and insightful assessment of the developing status of liberation theology, perhaps the form of theological reflection most capable of holding before us the indissolubility of theory and practice. David Brown considers yet another way in which the lenses through which we view the world shape our experience of life: how does Archbishop Michael Ramsey envision the world transfigured in Christ? …

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