Author(s)Ros Clarke
Date 28 April 2022

The first issue of the 2022 volume of The Global Anglican has been sent to subscribers and is available to purchase in our online shop.

Peter Jensen's editorial discusses the purpose and process of theological education that equips ministers for the business of pastoring and preaching and is well worth reading for anyone involved in this particular ministry. Emmanuel Mukeshimana provides our global perspective piece, considering how the courtship process outlined in the Song of Songs challenges cultural norms in East Africa.

Our Global Anglican Essay Prize winner, Sam Ashton, has his winning essay in this issue. "Beyond Male and Female? How Redemption's Relationship to Creation Shapes Sexual Ethics" is an important contribution to current debates about gender, identity and sexual ethics.

Alexander Evans evaluates the images of the atonement in Common Worship Order Two, and asks questions about its implications for the mission of the church. Rich Duncan takes a historical look at the dangers of Biblicism as seen by John Owen.

The journal ends with a series of book reviews on theological, pastoral, historical and devotional works of interest.

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