How can the Episcopal Church affirm continuing revelation, yet deny dialogue with Mormons?
Essays & Reviews
Zachary Guiliano: “They can’t skewer us on one passage of Scripture and one Church Father.”
Marriage finds its ultimate end in the union of Christ and the Church and its penultimate end in “nurturing” children in the faith.
Two professors at Episcopal seminaries discuss the approach taken by the Task Force on the Study of Marriage.
The Anglican Theological Review has published the first of several essays planned by a new initiative, Fully Alive.
“There are forms of change that constitute evolution and there are forms that result from revolution.”
Hardwired songs in our brains, apparently, can be hotwired into our souls.
Olivier Messiaen, a formidable figure in 20th-century modernist music, was a devout Roman Catholic.
The “war of science and religion” is fatuous and enervating.
Fr. John E. Owens celebrated students’ marriages, baptized their children, and prayed for them every day.