Authentic voice

Published January 1, 2012

I think it not a stretch to suggest that the Anglican Journal and the Anglican Church of Canada need to find their true voice, particularly in these remarkable and challenging years. I think one can countenance such a thought if there was a wee bit of space for doubt in the voice that is proclaimed at the present.

I would further suggest the Anglican Journal‘s own true voice is intimately fused with the true voice of individuals. I think the editorial [Learning and dreaming, Nov. 2011, p. 4] is a wonderful context for this discovery. In my opinion, the editor’s search for other like contexts is visionary. I look forward to future issues of the Journal and hope for the continued discovery of our true voice in the years ahead.


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