Vicar of Wakefield

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Gender MALE
Industry Religion
Occupation Episcopal priest
Location Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States
Introduction The Vicar of Wakefield is really the Rector of the Episcopal parish in Wakefield, Massachusetts. He completed his Ph.D. at the Toronto School of Theology, having graduated from the University of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto in November 2013. In addition to parish ministry, he is also a lecturer in theology at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. English as all that sounds, he is most enthusiastic about Scandinavia, dontchaknow.
Favorite Books Theological Essays (F. D. Maurice), The Kingdom of Christ (F. D. Maurice), Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (Richard Hooker), Liturgy and Society (A. G. Hebert), Being as Communion: Studies in Personhood and the Church (John Zizioulas), The Final Account: Paul's Letter to the Romans (Krister Stendahl), God for Us: The Trinity and Christian Life (Catherine Mowry LaCugna), The Lure of Divine Love: Human Life and Christian Faith in a Process Perspective (Norman Pittenger), Lux Mundi (Charles Gore), The Incarnation and Common Life (B. F. Westcott), Christus Victor (Gustaf Aulen), Redemption of God (Carter Heyward), Saving Jesus from those who are Right (Carter Heyward), The Meaning in the Miracles (Jeffrey John), Jesus: Symbol of God (Roger Haight), A Prayer for Owen Meany (John Irving), Death in Holy Orders (P. D. James), Traveling Mercies (Annie Lamott), Virgin Time (Patricia Hampl)