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Abstract This study highlights the controversy that occurred in 1992 in Grahamstown between some Black students of the then St. Paul’s Theological College, and some ordinary Black members, and some White members of the Anglican Cathedral of St. Michael and St. George. It centered on the five...
Abstract As the Episcopal Church undertakes Prayer Book and liturgical revision, it is important to focus not only on liturgical language but also on nonverbal elements of liturgy, especially symbolism, the public nature of services, and racial justice.
Abstract In What’s Wrong with Rights?, Nigel Biggar, regius professor of moral and pastoral theology at Oxford, investigates the skepticism that has been raised concerning human rights, providing both retrospective analytical clarification and prospective provocative application. Throughout, his...
Abstract This essay investigates Prof. Nigel Biggar’s critique of natural rights and his subsequent reliance upon “prudence” to secure positive rights for citizens. It offers a modest defense of natural rights as explanatory for certain intuitions, while raising questions about whether positive...
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