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2004--Anglican-Lutheran Historical Conference


Lutheran Historican Conference

Anglican-Lutheran Historical Conference

June 20-23, 2004

Chicago, IL


 

 

YOUNGER THEOLOGIAN AND HISTORIANS TOGETHER: THE IMPLICATIONS OF ANGLICAN LUTHERAN ECUMENICAL DIALOGUES IN ADDRESSING THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH

 

Chair: J. Robert Wright, General Theologian Seminary, New York

Renewing the Anglican Moral Vision, William Danaher, St. Luke's School of Theology, University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.

 

Called to Common Mission-But Where to? Lois E.C. Boxill, Westminster, Colo.

 

The Relevance of Martin Luther's Theology of the Cross for a 21st Century American Ecumenical Context, Kristin Kay Johnston, King of Glory Lutheran Church, Arvada, Colo.

 

The Ecumenical Agenda of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, Edward Callahan, Christ the King Lutheran Church, Ringwood, N.J.

Swedes and Anglicans on the Delaware, Kim-Eric Williams, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Read by: George E. Handley, Falls Church, Va.

 

Old World Traditions and New World Customs: Anglicans, Native Americans, and Conflicting Perceptions of Homosexuality, Sarah H. Hill, Atlanta, Ga.

 

Anglicans and Lutherans in the 'American' Pacific, Willis H. A. Moore, Chaminade University, Honolulu, Hawaii


LUTHERAN AND ANGLICAN IN THE NEW WORLD

 

Chair: Thad Tale, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va.

 

Swedes and Anglicans on the Delaware, Kim-Eric Williams, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Read by: George E. Handley, Falls Church, Va.

 

Old World Traditions and New World Customs: Anglicans, Native
Americans, and Confl
icting Perceptions of Homosexuality, Sarah H. Hill, Atlanta, Ga.

 

Anglicans and Lutherans in the 'American' Pacific, Willis H. A. Moore, Chaminade University, Honolulu, Hawaii

 

 

LITURGY AND SPIRITUALITY

 

Chair: Scott Ickert, Resurrection Lutheran Church, Arlington, Va.

 

The Rage of Caliban: The Common Service, The Book of Common Prayer, and the Gothic Revival, Michael Church, Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

 

Shaped by Prayer Book and Catechism, David J. Wartluft, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

 

Changing Times from New York to Missouri: The Liturgy of the Hours in
Early American Lutheranism,
Donald J. Grimminger, University of Pittsburgh

 

 

 

 

WOMEN'S HISTORY IN THE DIOCESE OF CHICAGO

 

Chair: Bindy Snyder, President, Episcopal Women's History Project

 

The Development of Episcopal Charities and Community Services in the Diocese of Chicago with Special Emphasis on the Historical Role of the Episcopal Church Women, Georgiana Gleason, Diocese of Chicago

 

Building an Episcopal Church in a Lutheran Town: Women and the Found-
ing of St
. John's Episcopal Church, Mt. Prospect, Joan Gundersen, University of Pittsburgh

 

Rosary Beads and Christ on the Cross: How Images and Artifacts Reveal
the [Selfj-Ordering of Episcopal Deaconesses, Rima Lunin Schultz, Director, Urban Experience in Chicago Website Project, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum, the University of Illinois at Chicago

 

LUTHERANS AND ANGLICANS FACE HOT ISSUES

 

Chair: Ken Dimmick, Palmer Memorial Church, Houston, Texas

 

Lutherans in Harlem, Kathryn Galchutt, Concordia College, Bronxville, N.Y.

 

In Christ There is No Gay or Straight?: Homosexuality and the Episcopal Church, Harvey Hill, Berry College, Mt. Berry, Ga.

 

ANGLICANS, LUTHERANS, AND ECUMENISM

 

Chair: Mitzi Budde, Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Va.

 

Distrust and Uncertainty in Progressive Era Ecumenism: The Case of Robert H. Gardiner, John F. Woolverton, Center Sandwich, N.H.

 

A Bridge to the Old World: Archbishop Temple's American Ecumenism, Wendy Dackson, Niagara University and Canisius College, Niagara, N.Y.

 

BEFORE BEING CALLED TO COMMON MISSION

 

Chair: Thomas Andrews, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Bowie, Md.

 

Lutherans and Anglican-Episcopal Conformity 1565-1957, Richard B. Baumann, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Allentown, Pa.

 

Swedish-American Episcopalians and Lutheran-Episcopalian Relations in
North America 1850-
1935, Mark Granquist, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn

 

Between No Fellowship and Total Fellowship: The Lutheran-Episcopal Dialogues II (1976-1980) and 'Limited Eucharistic Sharing', Ray F. Kibler III, Claremont, Calif. .