TLC Archive 2010
6 Teaching Jesus
For the Unity of the Church
By Leander S. Harding and Christopher Wells
The Episcopal Church needs a movement among a critical mass of leaders, especially priests and bishops of the church, to place the teaching and preaching of basic Christian doctrines about the person and work of Christ at the center of their ministry.
4 General Synod Sends Covenant to Dioceses
6 N.T. Wright’s Via Media of Sanctification
By Elisabeth Rain
What happens in the time between your baptism and your funeral? We know we die, eventually, but what about the rest of life? What does the New Testament teach about the change that happens to Christians over the course of our lives?
4 Western New York Elects R. William Franklin as Bishop
5 Benedictine Monastic Community Launched at St. Paul's, K Street, in Washington, D.C.
8 What Gentle Anglicanism?
By Mark F.M. Clavier
In some ways, one can look at the history of the Church of England as an almost unremitting debate between those who wish to make some absolute claim about the nature of Anglicanism.
4 A Gentle Giant Remembered
When Manute Bol died at age 47 in June 2010, the former NBA star from South Sudan was doing the thing he loved best: helping his beloved people of South Sudan.
4 Five Bishops Form Caravan to Rome
“The caravan is large and ramshackle, camels and people trudging along, children running around and playing,” Bishop Andrew Burnham wrote. “There are newborns in the caravan and people dying. People join and people leave.”
4 Church Leaders Debate
Nine Episcopalians, including longtime members of the House of Deputies, have released an open letter supporting the Rev. Daniel H. Martins as bishop-elect of the Diocese of Springfield.
5 Fire Destroys VTS Chapel
8 Law, Liturgy, Wisdom:
An Introduction to Richard Hooker
By Benjamin Guyer
Richard Hooker is oftentimes described as the founding figure of the Anglican tradition. This is, however well intentioned, a half-truth.
4 Three Dioceses Question Title IV Changes
With varying degrees of force, three dioceses — Dallas, South Carolina and Western Louisiana — have expressed their concerns about revisions to Title IV of the Episcopal Church’s canons.
7 Up With Authority
By Benjamin Guyer
At the heart Victor Lee Austin’s new volume is a simple but rich image: the symphony.
4 South African Priests Reflect on Synod
8 Christian Mission Unites
By Josiah Idowu Fearon
The Anglican Communion has always managed by divine grace to hold a balance between the Catholic and Reformed traditions.
4 Maryland Church Considers
An Anglo-Catholic parish in the Diocese of Maryland is within weeks of becoming the first Episcopal congregation to accept the Vatican’s invitation, through Anglicanorum coetibus, to become a Roman Catholic church.