Sewanee Theological Review
The Sewanee Theological Review (STR) is one of only two significant Anglican quarterly reviews in the United States. As an outreach publication of the seminary, it contributes to ongoing discussion of and reflection upon theological topics. Quarterly issues—usually devoted to the exploration of a particular theme or theologian—are mailed to subscribers and libraries all over the world. The STR, previously known as the St. Luke's Journal, has been published by the University of the South's School of Theology since 1957.
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The Once and Future Prayer Book
The School of Theology's Sewanee Theological Review published the papers that were presented during the two conferences on the possible revision of The Book of Common Prayer. The title of this issue is "The Once and Future Prayer Book" and is volume 61:1.
The first conference was held at The Virginia Theological Seminary in June and the second was held at the School of Theology in October, both in 2017. The conferences were held due to a directive from the 78th General Convention of The Episcopal Church to the Standing Committee on Liturgy and Music to explore a possible revision of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.
Contributors to this volume are John Baldovin, James Farwell, Frank T. Griswold, Marcus G. Halley, Marilyn L. Haskel, Lizette Larson-Miller, Patrick Malloy, Ruth A. Meyers, Juan M.C. Oliver, Gail Ramshaw, Stephen R. Shaver, Bryan D. Spinks, Karen B. Westerfield Tucker, and James F. Turrell.
Re-membering and Re-imagining: Essays on The Episcopal Church
The Ecclesiology Committee of the House of Bishops created a forum for dialogue on the nature of the Church. This volume, 61:2, is the final edition of the resulting musings on that topic.
Contributors are Pierre Whalon, William O. Gregg, C. K. Robertson, William Franklin, and George Sumner.
The Anglican Vision
Contributors to this volume, 52:1, are William Brosend, Richard A. Burridge, Patrick Dean, O. C. Edwards Jr., Julia Gatta, Louis Weil, Rowan Williams.
The Voice of the Laity
This volume, 57:2, is a collection of papers on lay voices throughout history and their effect on the Church.
Contributors are Benjamin J. King, Wesley Kort, Ross Wright, and Jesse Zink.
Creation, Evolution, and God
This volume is the result of a symposium held at the University of the South in September 2012, based on the recent publication of the book, Creator God, Evolving World, by Cynthia Crysdale and Neil Ormerod, Fortress Press.
Contributors to this volume, 56:4, are Cynthia Crysdale, David George Haskell, John F. Haught, Robert MacSwain, Neil Ormerod, Tam K. Parker, and Mollie M. Roberts.
Scripture, Tradition, and Reason
Contributors to this volume, 54:1, are Colin Ambrose, John E. Keegan, Benjamin King, Richard T. Lawson III, Jon Meacham, and Jeffrey Vogel.
Contributors to this volume, 49:3, are Ellen Bradshaw Aitken, Roger Allen, Ellen Davis, Richard Kieckhefer, and John A. Runkle.
Three Great Theological Ideas from the Middle Ages
Author Marilyn McCord Adams contributed three papers to this volume, 47:2—"The Metaphysical Size Gap," "Courtesy, Human and Divine," and "The Primacy of Christ."
Urban T. Holmes III: Remembering Terry
In this special issue of the Sewanee Theological Review, 45:3, friends and colleagues of Urban T. Holmes III, past dean of the School of Theology, contributed remembrances.
Contributors are Craig Anderson, Donald Armentrout, Robert Cooper, O. C. Edwards Jr., Clifton Guthrie, J. Teresa Holmes, Loren Mead, and Harry H. Pritchett Jr.
The Resurrection of the Messiah
N. T. Wright's three DuBose Lectures are the focus of this volume, 41:2.
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
This volume, 50:2, contains the texts of the three DuBose Lectures presented by Christopher Bryan in 2006. Lecture titles include: "What Exactly Was It That the First Christians Were Saying?"; "Did the First Christians Mean What They Said?"; and "So What?".
The Quest for the Living God
This volume, 48:3, contains the texts of the three DuBose Lectures presented by Elizabeth A. Johnson in 2004. Lecture titles include: "Frontiers of the Quest for the Living God," "The Living God in Women's Voices," "The Living God in Cosmic Perspective."
Biblical Imagination: Scripture and the Life of Faith
Essays in Honor of Chrisopher Bryan, 50:1
Contributors include Ellen Bradshaw Aitken, Donald S. Armentrout, Richard Burridge, William J. Danaher Jr., James Dunkly, O. C. Edwards Jr., Reginald Fuller, Julia Gatta, Paul Hanson, Barbara Hughes, Cynthia Briggs Kittredge, Allan Parent, Graydon F. Snyder, William S. Stafford, Elizabeth Malbon, and Rebecca Abts Wright.
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Sewanee Theological Review
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Submissions may be sent to the acting managing editor, Mary Ann Patterson. Please review the submission guidelines prior for compliance prior to submitting any material. All submissions will be peer reviewed.
Poetry submissions may be sent to Christopher Bryan, editor.
Back issues of the STR are only available to view online on the ATLA database.