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Anvil is an Anglican evangelical journal of theology and mission. It aims to encourage clear and creative thinking and practice through open, scholarly debate. While the journal stands clearly in an Anglican evangelical tradition, it seeks to engage constructively with other Christian traditions, both within and beyond the Anglican Communion. Anvil has a particular concern to reflect the unity and diversity of the church worldwide.
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Our reviews aim to help our readers keep abreast of recent scholarship and determine which new books they need to read.
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A presentation by Bishop Christopher Hill at The Eighth Meissen Theological Conference under the theme Ecclesial Communion in the Service of Reconciliation held at Martin-Niemöller-Haus Arnoldshain, Germany, from 11- 14 February 2014. Published in ANVIL with kind permission of the author.