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  • Inselberg 

    Kesler, Jason (University of the South, 2019-05)
  • Sacramental and Sacred: A Catechetical Introduction with Respect to the Relevance of a Sacramental Church in the Twenty-First Century 

    Dalby, Mary Martin Douglass (University of the South, 2019-04)
    This project grew from my desire to explore the relevance of being a sacramental church in the twenty-first century and how that forms us as sacramental people in the world in which we live. Because baptism, confirmation, ...
  • The Pitch of a Woman's Voice: Paradigms in Preaching and Power 

    Ljunggren, Margaret Lorraine (University of the South, 2019-04)
    This project focuses primarily on the voices of female preachers. The interest arose from personal experiences as a woman whose voice has been challenged and questioned as well as encouraged and sustained both within the ...
  • Michael Ramsey, Authority, and the Anglican Communion 

    Spagna, Amy L. (University of the South, 2019-04)
    This thesis examines the challenges posed by the understanding and use of authority within the existing structures of the Anglican Communion. Ramsey’s work highlights the special role of the episcopacy within the church. ...
  • Embracing a Hermeneutic of Tikkun Olam 

    Melnyk, James S. (University of the South, 2019-04)
    Over the past several decades the Episcopal Church, among other denominations and faith communities, have embraced the theology of creation care. One of the major obstacles to creation care in the Church happens to be ...

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