In 1967, Ministry for Tomorrow, a special report on the nature of theological education in the Episcopal Church, was published.1 In the Pusey Report (as this document came to be called), seminaries and other institutions of learning, indeed the whole church, were urged to respond boldly to change. It reminds me of a short but very formative time when I was a sojourner with Wesleyan Methodist and Christian Missionary Alliance churches, when I was a member of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, when I was a regular congregant at a black Southern Baptist church.
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