Summer 2022 • Volume 104 • Number 3

Editors’ Notes

Editors’ Introduction
Michael Battle, Walter Brownridge and C. K. Robertson


“We are what we are”: Christian identity in conflict with powers and principalities
Allan Aubrey Boesak

Desmond Mpilo Tutu and the transfiguration of the Anglican pastoral imagination
Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook

“Love is our lord’s meaning”: Spiritual formation in Julian of Norwich and Desmond Tutu
Frank England

Desmond Tutu and the promise and perils of the prophetic role of the Church
Christopher Craig Brittain and Nkanyiso Maphumulo


Tutu’s Apocalypse
Michael Battle

“Ubuntu on the Menu”: Breakfast on St. George’s Mall
Walter Brownridge

Personal reflection
Chuck K. Robertson

Liberated by Tutu’s undomesticated inclusivity
Wilhelm Verwoerd

Practicing Theology

Re-membering Tutu’s liberation theology: Toward gender justice from theo-ethical
feminist perspectives
Wilma T. Jakobsen and Miranda N. Pillay

Reflections on ubuntu theology in a British urban context: Christian koinonia, kenosis
and the ummah
Deborah Joy DuCille

Inspirations of Archbishop Desmond Tutu on global justice work
Kwok Pui-lan and Eunjin Jeon


Afterword: Contribution to ATJ for Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s 90th birthday
Thabo Makgoba


Michael Weeder

The Old Priest
Michael Weeder

When We Forgive
Michael Weeder

[Say three slave narratives compose the heart]
[Say on such legs that were left me—a heart]
[Say Jesus has been saving a bottle]
Matthew E. Henry

Book Reviews

Scott Gunn with Brendan O’Sullivan-Hale, Linda Ryan, Hill Liles, Sandra Montes,
Richelle Thompson, Lelanda Lee and Miriam McKenney, The Way of Love: A Practical Guide to Following Jesus
Phillip Ayers

Jill Y. Crainshaw, The Writing Work of the People: Liturgical Writing as Spiritual, Theological, and Prophetic Work
Gail Cafferata

Gene Fowler, Church Abuse of Clergy: A Radical New Understanding
Gail Cafferata

William Blaine-Wallace, When Tears Sing: The Art of Lament in Christian Community
Tobias Stanislas Haller

Lisa R. Withrow, Leadership in Unknown Waters: Liminality as Threshold to the Future
William Kondrath

Stephen D. Brookfield and Mary E. Hess, Becoming a White Antiracist: A Practical Guide for Educators, Leaders, and Activists
Sheryl A Kujawa-Holbrook

Mary Clark Moschella and Lee H. Butler, The Edward Wimberly Reader: A Black Pastoral Theology
Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook

Rodney Clapp, Naming Neoliberalism: Exposing the Spirit of Our Age
Nicholas Norman-Krause

Irene V. Jackson-Brown, Eldercare as Art and Ministry
John Rawlinson

Stephen R. Shaver, Metaphors of Eucharistic Presence: Language, Cognition, and the Body and Blood of Christ
Shawn Strout

Sung Hee Chang and Matthew Floding (eds), Enlighten: Formational Learning in Theological Field Education
Anne Tomlinson