Anglican Theological Review

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Latest Issues

The READ section of our website gives you access to the contents pages of recent issues. Beginning with the Spring 2004 issue (Volume 86, Number 2), you can also read a precis of each major article.

Fall 2020 • Volume 102 • Number 4

Editors’ Notes Jason A. Fout and Scott MacDougall Economic Democracy as Political Theology:The British Anglican Socialist Tradition Gary Dorrien Erotic Absence and Sacramental Hope:Rowan Williams on Augustinian Desire Jonathan Jameson …

Summer 2020 • Volume 102 • Number 3

Editors’ Notes Jason A. Fout and Scott MacDougall Law and Reason in Richard Hooker’sInvention of Anglicanism Arthur Stephen McGrade Communion without Baptismand the Paradox of the Cross Hannah Bowman “Therapeutic” …

Spring 2020 • Volume 102 • Number 2

Editors’ Notes Guest Editors’ Notes Lucinda Allen Mosherand Robert S. Heaney Articles Public Theology:Toward a Christian Definition Ian S. Markham Plural Politics as Christian Discipleship:A Response to Ian S. Markham …