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May
29

Conscience, controversy, and charity

I think about the controversies that roiled the church into which I was ordained, and I grieve that we could not find a way to handle issues of conscience and theological vision with more charity.
Mar
24

What’s love got to do with it?

What’s love got to do with it? A few days ago I attended the annual meeting of the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis. One speaker spoke of the role of love in recovery.
Feb
5

A report from the Mere Anglicanism conference

A report from the Mere Anglicanism conference If the Christian movement in general and the Anglican tradition in particular are on the ropes in North America, you would not guess it from this gathering.
Dec
12

Getting out of the expert position

Getting out of the expert position If the therapist is to be any help, he or she must get out of the expert position and learn to tolerate uncertainty. What would it mean to put away the idol of the clergy as expert?
Sep
10

Leander S. Harding

After 26 years in parish ministry Leander S. Harding joined the faculty of Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, in 2005, where he is associate professor of pastoral theology and dean of seminary advancement.

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