Anglican Theological Review: Winter 2016

Anglican Theological Review Winter The Winter issue Creating Common Good Theological Perspectives on Economic Inequality and Human Flourishing was edited by Sathianathan Clarke Ian T Douglas and Kathryn Tanner The issue includ

The Winter 2016 issue, Creating Common Good Theological Perspectives on Economic Inequality and Human Flourishing, was edited by Sathianathan Clarke, Ian T Douglas, and Kathryn Tanner The issue includes addresses and papers from the 2015 Trinity Institute as well as articles offering theological perspectives on economic inequality in the world today Addresses by ArchThe Winter 2016 issue, Creating Common Good Theological Perspectives on Economic Inequality and Human Flourishing, was edited by Sathianathan Clarke, Ian T Douglas, and Kathryn Tanner The issue includes addresses and papers from the 2015 Trinity Institute as well as articles offering theological perspectives on economic inequality in the world today Addresses by Archbishop Justin Welby, Barbara Ehrenreich, and Juliet B Schor are followed by three essays from the Trinity Institute essay competition in his winning essay Willis Jenkins asks, Is Plutocracy Sinful while Amaryah Jones Armstrong discusses race and dispossession in The Spirit and the Subprime and Scott Bader Saye writes of the role of the theological imagination in revisioning world economies Luke Bretherton offers reflections on the challenges of confronting the power of money to shape our common life, and Beverly Eileen Mitchell concludes the articles section with The Struggle for Human Dignity in a Consumer Oriented Culture The two Practicing Theology essays included in this issue are both written by bishops and thus offer a perspective of what the church is doing at the diocesan level The AGAPE Economy by Julio E Murray speaks to the situation in Panama and Latin American, while Co Creating the Common Good by Ian T Douglas addresses how the church in Connecticut is seeking to collaborate in the mission of God in their context of extreme inequali

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Anglican Theological Review: Winter 2016

  1. Justin Welby Kathryn Tanner Sathianathan Clarke Bishop Ian T. Douglas Barbara Ehrenreich Juliet B. Schor Bishop Julio E. Murray Willis Jenkins says:
    Justin Portal Welby is the 105th and current Archbishop of Canterbury and senior bishop in the Church of England Welby was formerly the vicar of Southam, Warwickshire, and most recently was the Bishop of Durham, serving for just over a year As Archbishop of Canterbury he is Primate of All England and the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion.Welby s early career was in the oil industry In 1989, he studied for ordination at St John s College, Durham After several parochial appointments he became the Dean of Liverpool in 2007 and the Bishop of Durham in 2011.Welby s theology is reported as representing the evangelical tradition within Anglicanism Some of his publications explore the relationship between finance and religion and, as a member of the House of Lords, he sits on the panel of the 2012 Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards.

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