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One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism: Studies in Christian Ecclesiality and Ecumenism in Honor of J. Robert Wright

One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism: Studies in Christian Ecclesiality and Ecumenism in Honor of J. Robert Wright
Dutton, Marsha L. & Patrick Terrell Gray, eds.
Eerdmans, 2006
ISBN: 978-0-8028-2940-5

Foreword by Frank T. Griswold

One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism gathers twenty-one articles from distinguished church historians, literary historians, and ecumenists — all written in honor of the Reverend Canon J. Robert Wright, St. Mark’s Professor of Ecclesiastical History at The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church, who has been an inspiration to a generation of students and colleagues. The Most Reverend Frank T. Griswold, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, has written a foreword that complements the work of contributors such as S. W. Sykes, Richard A. Norris Jr., and George Tavard, among others. Though these articles differ in individual subject, they cohere in their relation to Dr. Wright’s expertise as a theologian, a historian, a medievalist, an ecumenist, and above all a man of the church.


"Here is a treasure chest of valuable short studies on topical issues in ecclesiology, Anglicanism, and ecumenism — a worthy tribute to the distinguished scholar it is designed to honor. This book will help many to serve the Church and its unity in a more informed and focused way; it is a theological resource that will be turned to again and again."
Paul Avis (General Secretary, Council for Christian Unity of the Church of England)

"I am very happy to see this book of essays in honor of my esteemed friend and fellow priest Bob Wright. Professor and Canon Wright, whom I am proud to have as an honorary assistant at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, has dedicated much of his life as a theologian and church historian to the quest for greater Christian unity. Father Wright’s particular gift to the ecumenical quest has always been his profound sense of the orthodoxy of the early church and his heartfelt loyalty to classic, catholic Anglicanism. It is a worthy endeavor to honor his long and faithful career, a personal priestly vocation that may fairly be called an era in its own right, with these articles and authors. Those many, many priests who have been shaped by his good counsel will cherish One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism."
Andrew C. Mead (Rector, Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, New York)

Table of Contents

• Foreword -- The Most Reverend Frank T. Griswold
• Abbreviations
• Introduction
• Curriculum Vitae: The Reverend Canon J. Robert Wright

• Catholic Ministry and the Ordination of Women -- Walter R. Bouman
• Confessional and Catechetical Formulas in First- and Early-Second-Century Christian Literature -- Richard A. Norris, Jr.
• Constructing Christian Communal Identity in Early Patristic Writers -- Petra Heldt
• A Meaning Worthy of God: Origen and Scripture in a Pre-Constantinian Age -- Patrick Terrell Gray
• Augustine at Ephesus? -- Joanne McWilliam
• The Flight of Geryon -- John V. Fleming
• Julian of Norwich, Medieval Anglican -- Marsha L. Dutton
• American, Anglican, and Catholic -- R. William Franklin
• Finding a Voice, Defining a Space: John Henry Hobart and the Americanization of Anglicanism -- Robert Bruce Mullin
• The Breadth of Orthodoxy: On Phillips Brooks -- Joseph Britton
• Rearranging the Hierarchy of the Episcopal Church in the Second Decade of the Twentieth Century -- Robert W. Prichard
• Christ and Church in the Social Encyclicals of John Paul II -- Victor Lee Austin

• Odi et Amo: Loving and Hating Anglicanism -- S. W. Sykes
• The New Ecumenism of the Possible -- C. Christopher Epting
• We Ordain Them, They Don't: Must Differences on Gender and Sexuality Prevent Full Communion? -- Ellen K. Wondra
• A Ministry of a Universal Primate: An Ecumenical Question -- Mary Tanner
• Anglican-Orthodox Relations: A Long-Term Overview -- E. Rozanne Elder
• Lutheranism and Orthodoxy: An Exploration of Complementarity -- William G. Rusch
• Consistency and Difference in Anglican-Lutheran Relations: Porvoo, Waterloo, and Called to Common Mission -- Michael Root
• The Gift of Authority: Mountain or Milestone? -- Jon Nilson
• Sisters and Strangers -- George Tavard

• Contributors
• Index