Church Society launches new journal

Sep 9, 2020 by

By Ros Clarke, Church Society blog:

The Global Anglican is the new name for Church Society’s quarterly theological journal…The Global Anglican is a theological journal committed to publishing international scholarship that speaks to the pastoral needs of the contemporary church. The journal will continue in the long tradition of The Churchman, as it was known when it was established in 1879, and more recently as Churchman.

The launch issue of The Global Anglican demonstrates the journal’s commitment to increasing the range of global voices and global themes within its pages:

• Foreman Nedison, Bishop of Jalingo (Nigeria), describes the role of missionary bishops in growing the church in Nigeria.

• Samson M. Mwaluda, former Bishop of Taita Taveta (Kenya, 1993–2016), writes about equipping bishops for ministry around the world.

• Mark D. Thompson, Principal of Moore Theological College in Sydney, offers a plea for principled theological education.

  • Other contributors include bishops from Uganda and Chile, as well as scholars, ministers, students and others from the UK and elsewhere.

The launch issue can be downloaded for free.

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