One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism: Studies in Christian Ecclesiality and Ecumenism in Honor of J. Robert Wright
Foreword by Frank T. Griswold
One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism gathers twenty-one articles from distinguished church historians, literary historians, and ecumenists -- all written in honor of the Reverend Canon J. Robert Wright, St. Mark's Professor of Ecclesiastical History at The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, who has been an inspiration to a generation of students and colleagues. The Most Reverend Frank T. Griswold, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, has written a foreword that complements the work of contributors such as S. W. Sykes, Richard A. Norris Jr., and George Tavard, among others. Though these articles differ in individual subject, they cohere in their relation to Dr. Wright's expertise as a theologian, a historian, a medievalist, an ecumenist, and above all a man of the church.
Victor Lee Austin
Walter R. Bouman
Marsha L. Dutton
E. Rozanne Elder
C. Christopher Epting
John V. Fleming
R. William Franklin
Patrick Terrell Gray
Robert Bruce Mullin
Richard A. Norris Jr.
Robert W. Prichard
William G. Rusch
S. W. Sykes
Ellen K. Wondra
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Catholic Ministry and the Ordination of Women
Confessional and Catechetical Formulas in First and EarlySecondCentury Christian Literature
Constructing Christian Communal Identity in Early Patristic Writers
Origen and Scripture in a PreConstantinian Age
Augustine at Ephesus?
The Flight of Geryon
Julian of Norwich Medieval Anglican
American Anglican and Catholic
Loving and Hating Anglicanism
The New Ecumenism of the Possible
Must Differences on Gender and Sexuality Prevent Full Communion?
An Ecumenical Question
A LongTerm Overview
An Exploration of Complementarity
Porvoo Waterloo and Called to Common Mission
Mountain or Milestone?
John Henry Hobart and the Americanization of Anglicanism
On Phillips Brooks
Rearranging the Hierarchy of the Episcopal Church in the Second Decade of the Twentieth Century
Christ and Church in the Social Encyclicals of John Paul II
Sisters and Strangers
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