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North to South: A Reappraisal of Anglican Communion Membership Figures
Abstract In recent decades Anglicans have developed a largely unquestioned and unchallenged narrative of global growth and decline. This narrative tells a story of Anglicanism’s success being largely
The Spiritual Force of Unleashed Love: Echoes of Saint John of the Cross in Federico García Lorca's Sonnets of the Dark Love
Spiritus 18 (2018): 152–175 © 2018 by Johns Hopkins University Press It is no secret that John of the Cross, Spain’s most influential mystical poet, had a profound impact on Federico García Lorca,
The Abolition of the Inquisition and the Creation of a Historical Myth
Abstract This article looks at the way in which the Spanish Inquisition was inserted within a wider historical narrative of the nation around the mid-nineteenth century. After discussing the
Anglican Identity as Mestizaje Ecclesiology
Abstract This article offers a new narrative to reflect on Anglican ecclesiology through the lens of theological and cultural ‘mestizaje’. At a time of increasing signs of fragmentation in the world