Adapted from the Office of Public Affairs The Episcopal Church–United Methodist Dialogue Committee has issued this communiqué: Episcopalians and United Methodists met in Charlotte, North Carolina, for the third session of their Dialogue on Full Communion (April 25-27). The ten committee members, along with staff from each church, shared in conversation, meals, prayer, and a … [Read more...] about Episcopal–Methodist Communiqué
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By John Martin Londoners go to the polls on May 5 in a mayoral contest that brings religion, race, and security to the fore. According to polls the likely winner is Sadiq Khan, who would be the first Muslim to lead the city. His opponent, Zac Goldsmith, has Jewish roots. Londoners have elected mayors since 2000. Only two politicians, Livingstone (Labour) and Boris Johnson … [Read more...] about A Muslim Mayor for London?
“Prince” by Ann Althouse/Flickr Cæli enarrant The Lord God has opened my ear, and I was not rebellious, I did not turn backward. —Isaiah 50:5 I’ve wrestled with pop music more or less since the first time I heard Toto’s “Rosanna” on the radio as a 9-year-old and found it stuck in my head. My center of music-listening gravity as a young adult settled on the … [Read more...] about Faith Comes by Hearing