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Book Review: A Shared Spiritual Journey: Lutherans and Catholics Travelling Together toward Unity

Book Review: A Shared Spiritual Journey: Lutherans and Catholics Travelling Together toward Unity ATR/99.4 866 Anglican Theological Review The final section engages more deeply with scripture and its formative role. We are called to be interpreters of scripture, apologists, and givers of wisdom. Additional essays on the Pastoral Epistles and 2 John offer more concrete ways and models for that holy work. Buried in the middle of this section is perhaps one of the most important essays in this book: “The Fe- male Ecclesial Theologian.” Up to this point, the perspective of women (and indeed all those who have experienced being on the margins of church life) is distinctly missing. Laurie Norris’s essay interjects hope, while also reminding us how much work there is to do. Norris notes that talking about women as “pastor theologians” is particularly challenging, because it is still so difficult for them to be recognized either as full pastors or full theologians. The full- ness of who God is can only be understood through the fullness of humanity. This is not possible when the voice of half the population is absent from the wider discourse and the fullness of leadership. This collection of essays is an inspiring and engaging read. It is a col- lection that reinvigorates our http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anglican Theological Review SAGE

Book Review: A Shared Spiritual Journey: Lutherans and Catholics Travelling Together toward Unity

Anglican Theological Review , Volume 99 (4): 1 – Aug 25, 2021

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© 2017 Anglican Theological Review Corporation
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0003-3286
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2163-6214
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10.1177/000332861709900441
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ATR/99.4 866 Anglican Theological Review The final section engages more deeply with scripture and its formative role. We are called to be interpreters of scripture, apologists, and givers of wisdom. Additional essays on the Pastoral Epistles and 2 John offer more concrete ways and models for that holy work. Buried in the middle of this section is perhaps one of the most important essays in this book: “The Fe- male Ecclesial Theologian.” Up to this point, the perspective of women (and indeed all those who have experienced being on the margins of church life) is distinctly missing. Laurie Norris’s essay interjects hope, while also reminding us how much work there is to do. Norris notes that talking about women as “pastor theologians” is particularly challenging, because it is still so difficult for them to be recognized either as full pastors or full theologians. The full- ness of who God is can only be understood through the fullness of humanity. This is not possible when the voice of half the population is absent from the wider discourse and the fullness of leadership. This collection of essays is an inspiring and engaging read. It is a col- lection that reinvigorates our

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Published: Aug 25, 2021

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