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The Spring 2019 edition of the Scottish Episcopal Institute Journal is now available online here:

https://www.scotland.anglican.org/who-we-are/vocation-and-ministry/sei/sei-journal/

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This edition has a number of exciting articles and book reviews that touch on a plethora of aspects of the contemporary Christian life. Elaine Graham speaks to the importance of liberating the laity and the creation of a theology for a learning church, a theology which sees all Christians engaged in ministry and mission. Lynsay Downs notes that the term ‘Christian’ ought not to be colonised by those who may seek to use it in pursuit of ends in disharmony with the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures; she reminds us of our need to pray, to lament, and to make our voices heard in such instances. Both of these articles urge us to carefully pursue mission on a scriptural basis: the very topic of Nicholas Taylor’s article on Scripture and mission. Mission is not peculiar to any group of Christians, and so Philip Kerr’s take on twenty-first century perspectives on ecumenism from a Roman-Catholic point of view is particularly noteworthy. Brian Smith prompts us to remember that theological reflection is an ongoing effort by taking special note of the value of the Gifford Lectures; he promises to report on the next Giffords in Edinburgh in the Journal’s Summer edition. Finally, the Spring Edition concludes with five book reviews, covering a range of titles about eschatology, the Book of Revelation, the Pauline literature and the inner life of priests.
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Could God be calling you to be the new rector of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Ayr?
The congregation is seeking a loving priest with a strong faith, who is a skilled facilitator and will work collaboratively with a well established and talented lay team.
If you feel called to journey with Holy Trinity's congregation, they look forward to welcoming you to the beautiful historic church in the heart of the seaside town of Ayr.
For more information - bit.ly/RectorForHolyTrinityAyr
Closing Date – 29th March 2019