TLC Archive 2010
4 TEC Diocese Sues Bishop Iker
6 Authority in Bach’s Passion
and Anglican-Catholic Dialogue
By Victor Lee Austin
Our first likely impulse, once we grasp that all forms of authority are derived from God, is to focus our attention on figures who are “in authority” and “stand over” others. But in the Church we find that the true picture about authority is much more complicated.
4 One Step Closer to a Universal Primacy
10 A Sustained Argument for Clarity
By John C. Bauerschmidt
In many ways, C. FitzSimons Allison’s Trust in an Age of Arrogance functions as a genealogy of intellectual history and a critique of modern culture, in much the same way as books like Alasdair McIntyre’s After Virtue or David Wells’s No Place for Truth do.
4 Bishop Chane: ‘We Are an Angry Country’
Opposition to building an Islamic cultural center near the site of the former World Trade Center springs from those “who feel threatened by what they do not understand and by what they have not had time to process,” according to the Rt. Rev. John B. Chane, Bishop of Washington.
4 Quran Desecration Draws Protests
5 Bishop Leidel to Guide Eau Claire
7 Pope Benedict and the Enigma of English Christianity
By John Martin
Here is an example of the enigmatic nature of English Christianity. The lists of martyrs share not a single name.
4 African Primates Pledge Support
12 A Filmmaker's Journey into a Cathedral's Future
6 Walter Kasper’s Gift to the Church
By Kristin Colberg
Given the nature of ecumenism, Kasper sees it as the work of all Christians, for “when it comes to prayer, all are experts, or, rather, all should be experts.”
10 Outposts of the Faith
4 Victim’s Family Opposes Statute
9 Glorying in the Cross
By James M. Stanton
15 Four Core Values for Priests
By David Lee Hyndman
20 Apolitical Inclusion
By Willy Thorn
24 The Aristotle Touch
By Douglas LeBlanc
28 Tabletop Pastoral Care
By Jake Dell
35 ‘She Chose Me’
By Retta Blaney
4 Protests Greet Bishop Bennison
6 Theology of Hope: United by Postmodern Critical Augustinianism
By Brian Crowe
If we are to witness a series of second springs, the two Augustinians in Rome and Canterbury perhaps have an opportunity to show strength in weakness, treasure in clay jars.
4 Bp. Bennison Trusted the Canons
6 Gratitude in Calvin’s Institutes
By Lane Scruggs
While some have maligned Calvin and his subsequent Reformed Protestant movement as guilt-mongers, T. Hartley Hall writes: “The dynamic that drives Reformed piety is not guilt but gratitude.” This holds true within the text of the Institutes of the Christian Religion.
4 Nigerian Primate Bishop Bolsters CANA
6 Charles Chapman Grafton
Second Bishop of Fond du Lac
By Richard J. Mammana, Jr.
In 1900, Grafton’s actions caused a furor in parts of the Episcopal Church when he invited a number of non-Anglican bishops to participate in the consecration of Reginald Heber Weller as coadjutor Bishop of Fond du Lac.