By Jesse Zink. The pernicious hermeneutic of self-justification remains a constant temptation.
Essays & Reviews
By Daniel W. Muth. The HBO series depicts a dark, dank, brutal, depressing but nevertheless engrossing world.
By Zachary Guiliano. The Regina Cæli was sung with an exuberance normally reserved for the football field rather than the sanctuary.
Review by Jesse Zink
Archbishop Rowan Williams’s tenure was marked by an inability to say “I have no need of you.”
Secular thought may not so readily let go of the demand for absolutely equal rights based on identical definitions.
Robert W. Jenson reviews Anthony D. Baker’s “Diagonal Advance.”
By Amy Lepine Peterson
Thom Satterlee: “Kierkegaard believed that God guided his life in ways that Kierkegaard could only see in retrospect.”
By Christopher Wells
Third in a series: The 2012 General Convention punted on the Covenant … but a final answer will be required eventually.
Review by Colin Podmore
The Anglican Covenant has been unable to escape from the context that gave rise to it.
By Steven R. Ford
Real unity is the fruit of persuasion and of compromise, and not simply of driving out opposition.