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Aug
26

Adoption, generosity, and the kingdom

Adoption, generosity, and the kingdom Mutual restraint and generosity enabled this event to be plainly and obviously one of God’s own kingdom, where adoption is a dream for God’s people (Romans 8:23).
Apr
23

An academic and pastoral lens

Richard Hays offers an exemplary commentary on 1 Corinthians, naming the challenges and exploring how we can honestly engage with a biblical text we seek to make authoritative in our lives and our Church.
Feb
10

A pitch for daily Communion: in response to Mac Stewart

A pitch for daily Communion: in response to Mac Stewart Daily Communion is not just for Anglo-Catholic smells-and-bells types.
Dec
8

WelbyWatch 2: God is (still) not dead

WelbyWatch 2: God is (still) not dead A couple weeks ago, Justin Welby did it again. He insisted that he had "no fears about the future of the church of God."
Sep
30

A plea for intellectual honesty

A plea for intellectual honesty Academic discourse ought to be the last place where anything is ever considered settled.
Jul
16

Diana Butler Bass doesn’t get it

I hate to speak in such colloquialisms, but Diana Butler Bass just doesn’t get it. In her Huffington Post response to Ross Douthat, Bass asks: “Can Christianity be saved?” Her question illuminates much.
Sep
10

Thomas Kincaid

A cradle Episcopalian, Thomas Kincaid serves as a priest at the Church of the Incarnation in the Diocese of Dallas.

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