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Church Heritage
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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Karl barth for evangelicals [Book Review]

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      Abstract: Treloar, Geoff
      Review(s) of: Karl Barth: An Introductory Biography for Evangelicals by Mark Galli, Grand Rapids, Michigan USA: Eerdmans, 2017; pb, pp xvi+176, ISBN: 978-0-8028-6939-5, approx AUD$25.00

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Burning or bushed: The presbyterian church of
           australia 40 years on [Book Review]

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      Abstract: Bentley, Peter
      Review(s) of: Burning or Bushed: The Presbyterian Church of Australia 40 Years on by Paul Cooper & David Burke (eds), Stanhope Gardens NSW: Eider Books, 2017, pb, pp. viii + 327, ISBN 9780994358028, $35 + $5

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Celebrating the reformation [Book Review]

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      Abstract: Prentis, Malcolm
      Review(s) of: Celebrating The Reformation: Its Legacy and Continuing Relevance by Mark D. Thompson, Colin Bale & Edward Loane (eds), London: Apollos/IVP, 2017, pb, pp xviii+409, ISBN 978-1783595099, about AUD$30.00

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - From reform to renewal: Scotland's Kirk century by
           century [Book Review]

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      Abstract: Prentis, Malcolm
      Review(s) of: From Reform to Renewal: Scotland's Kirk Century by Century by Finlay A.J. Macdonal. Edinburgh: St Andrew Press, 2017, pb, x+230pp, ISBN 9780861539765, RRP AUD $50.99 [$37.25 from Booktopia]

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Reformation, dissent and diversity: The story of
           Scotland's churches, 1560 - 1960.. [Book Review]

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      Abstract: Prentis, Malcolm
      Review(s) of: Reformation, Dissent and Diversity: The Story of Scotland's Churches by Andrew T.N. Muirhead, 1560 - 1960. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015, pb, x+245pp, ISBN: 9781441139030, print on demand, RRP AUD$45.99

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Reviewers

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Bruce EDGAR MANSFIELD, AM, MA, DLitt, duniv (30.3.1926
           - 9.9.2017)

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Triumph over isolation: The rev. Norma spear, the only
           woman minister in the Methodist church in Queensland

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      Abstract: Ronalds, Kaye; Pitman, Julia
      The Rev. Dr Norma Spear, who died on 26 November 2017, Christ the King Sunday, at the Wesley Hospital in Brisbane, was, in 1971, the first - and only - woman ordained as a minister in the Methodist Church in Queensland before church union in 1977.1 She was the sixth woman ordained in the Methodist Church of Australasia, which ordained women as ministers from 1969. Congregationalists had ordained women as ministers from 1927 - by 1971 they had ordained eleven - and Presbyterians would do so from 1974. Although Norma received much support from her family, her local church and male ministers, her story reflects the challenges for a woman in responding to a call to ministry in the 1960s and 1970s in Australia. Remarkably, despite the fact that she was the only woman minister in Methodism in Queensland, Norma sustained a long and significant career as a minister and church leader. Her ministry featured passionate preaching, sensitive pastoral care, innovative youth and children's ministry, visionary leadership during periods of change, effective lay training and supervision of field education students, the priority of This article has been commissioned by the journal in memory of the Rev. Dr Norma Spear, who died in late 2017. Rev. Kaye Ronalds was ordained as a Minister in the UCA in 1984 and is currently in placement at Stanthorpe, Queensland. In 1992 she became the first female chaplain of the Australian Army and in 2005-2006 served in the Solomon Islands. From 2006-2010, Kaye was Presbytery Minister of Central Queensland and in 2011-14, she was the first female Moderator of the Queensland Synod. Rev. Dr Julia Pitman was ordained as a Minister of the Word in the UCA in 2012 and is currently in placement at St Paul's and Armitage, Mackay, Queensland. A Research Fellow of the Public and Contextual Theology (PACT) Research Centre, Charles Sturt University, Canberra, she is Queensland representative on the Board of the Uniting Church National History Society. She published 'Our principle of sex equality': the ordination of women in the Congregational Churches in Australia, 1927-1977 (2016).CHURCH HERITAGE, 20, 3 (March 2018), pp. 173-188.

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Editorial

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      Abstract: Gloria, Soli Deo
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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - Another look at john wesley's early revivals

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      Abstract: Evans, Robert
      After John Wesley's experience of justification by faith, and assurance of salvation, in May 1738, he continued to preach his Gospel message around London, with some good degree of success. But it was not until he went to the country that he saw the floodtide work of the Holy Spirit to such a degree that he had never seen before. It was this movement of the Holy Spirit which a subsequent author, the Rev. Robert Young, recognised as the first pentecostal revival of religion in which John Wesley was involved

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  • Volume 20 Issue 3 - The uniting church: Present and future

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      Abstract: Suter, Keith
      In 2014 I was awarded a PhD by the University of Sydney for my dissertation on possible "futures" of the Uniting Church. It was on the identification of four ways in which the Uniting Church could evolve based on the secular management technique of scenario planning

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