Please note: Some copies of back issues of the Anglican Free Press are available on request, and some articles and editorials from back issues are available here through the AFP link on this website. Robertson's topic was "The Evil 'I': The transformation of evil in the Reformation and Enlightenment", and Dr. Neil Robertson, Father Christopher Snook, and The Rev'd Lisa Wang. At the conference, these five speakers addressed the subject of Justification and Sanctification, exploring the topic from a number of perspectives.This link contains the Editorial that was printed in the final AFP, as well as the message from the Chairman of the Board of St. ur publications address the important concerns and controversies facing the church today, including theological innovations, liturgical reform, Christian morality, the challenge of secularity, re-evangelizing of the Church, and other issues of faith. Peter Publications gives voice to a living Catholic and evangelical tradition within our contemporary Anglican Church, working for renewal as we move forward in this new century and new website also includes publications by Fr. Brandes' paper was called "Unpunishable and/so Unforgivable: Hannah Arendt on Radical Evil". The Biblical Job: Comfort, Righteousness, Holiness The 2013 Atlantic Theological Conference was held in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The topic was "The Biblical Job: Comfort, Righteousness, Holiness". The Book of Job raises many profound theological questions, which were addressed in the papers presented at this conference. The papers presented include "Justification and Sanctification in the Thought of St. Augustine", "Sanctification in Dante's Purgatorio", "A Reformation Account of Justification and Sanctification" and "Justification by Faith and Dynamic Equivalency: Pauline doctrine and the contemporary church". Robert Crouse poses questions with which the ensuing papers all in one way or another grapple: "Are we justified simply by God's merciful decree, in view of the infinite merit of Christ's sacrifice, or does our justification also imply some working of righteousness in our souls, whereby we freely co-operate in God's work for our salvation?They have been called the greatest manuscript discovery of modern times.There are nonbiblical writings along the order of commentaries on the OT, paraphrases that expand on the Law, rule books of the community, war conduct, thanksgiving psalms, hymnic compositions, benedictions, liturgical texts, and sapiential (wisdom) writings. The discovery of the Scrolls has greatly enhanced our knowledge of these two languages.The area is 13 miles east of Jerusalem and is 1300 feet below sea level.
This would be an ideal gift to an educational or religious institution by an individual or group.The papers presented include the following topics: "Anglican Identity; A Retrospective Glance", "The Anglican Instruments of Communion: a Theological Approach", "Matters Essential and Indifferent in Sixteenth Century English Theology", "Let us thus think of the Trinity: Matters Essential and Matters Indifferent in Seventeenth Century English Theology", "Word and Books: A Discussion of the Importance of Education to Unity in Doctrine" and "The Prayer Book as Matrix of Unity". The topic was "Changing our Mind on Secularization". This conference explored the topic of the contemporary debate about sacred and secular in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Peter Publications is also pleased to be an agent for the sale of the three-book series, "Discovering the Book of Common Prayer", written by Sue Careless, and published originally as a project of the Prayer Book Society of Canada. As one of our speakers, Dr Roberta Barker, said, "If we believe with Aquinas that '[b]ecause all believers are one body, the good of one member is communicated to another,' then the 'blessed company of all faithful people' may share alike in the spiritual life of paradise, whether they seek it in pilgrimage on earth or enjoy it fully in the heavenly kingdom." Only , plus postage and handling. "The Outward Sense Befriending": The Beautiful, the True, and the Good The 2015 Atlantic Theological Conference was held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, at St. Our speakers offered interesting and engaging papers and the discussion that followed the papers was particularly lively. Anthony Esolen, one of our speakers so beautifully said, "...beauty is a grace, a free and freedom-making gift. Brian Spence examines some of the important questions raised by a close reading of the Book of Job. "The New Atheism" The 2012 Atlantic Theological Conference was held in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Generally speaking, we have lost the hermeneutic that allows the Scripture to speak to us of the supernatural, and to transform our lives. Here we let him speak for himself: "Paradise is only possible if the soul is 'transhumanized'... Justification and Sanctification The papers delivered at the 27th Annual Atlantic Theological Conference are contained in this book. Are we merely accounted just, or are we actually made just? The Church Visible and Invisible: "The Blessed Company of All Faithful People" The 2016 Atlantic Theological Conference was held in Sackville, New Brunswick, at St. Beauty in its being-beyond, in its splendid gratuity, directs our eyes and our hearts to the Giver of all good things and the Father of lights. The Meaning of Evil The 2014 Atlantic Theological Conference was held in Halifax at the University of King's College. "The Meaning of Evil" was the challenging theme being addressed in the papers that were presented. He writes: "How can the Book of Job assist us in speaking to our contemporaries about suffering and belief in God? And finally, what kind of Christian faith and practice is meant to emerge from a decidedly Christian way of reading this book, as part of the Hebrew and Christian canons of the Bible? We read the Bible in a one-dimensional, naturalistic and scientific way that either makes us Fundamentalists or causes us to reject the Bible as outdated and inadequate." Only , plus postage and handling. "Recognizing the Sacred in the Modern Secular": How the sacred is to be discovered in today's world The 2011 Atlantic Theological Conference was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia. only if if the intellect is enabled by faith to fix its vision upon the eternal Good; only if the will is strengthened by hope to pursue that Good; only if the powers of the soul are united in that eternal Charity, that divine 'amor' which moves the sun and the other stars." (page 120 of this volume). The conference was held in Fredericton, New Brunswick, in May of 2007. In fact, in some cases, there are not even spaces between the words.