David L. Miller has resigned as editor of The Lutheran, the magazine of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, to take an academic post. Miller will accept a five-year position as dean of the chapel and director of spiritual formation at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, the ELCA announced recently. Miller has been on the magazine’s staff since 1987.
The choice of Uganda-born John Sentamu as archbishop of York, the second most senior post in the (Anglican) Church of England, has been hailed in both countries, with a leading Ugandan newspaper describing the move as “a reverse evangelism.”
United Methodist Church officials have restored the good standing of Iliff School of Theology in Denver after the seminary addressed recommended reforms on ethnic diversity under the threat of losing $900,000 in funds.