What is it, exactly, that Archbishop Justin Welby and General Synod have protected from celebrity gay activists like Peter Tatchell and Sandi Toksvig?
Opposing Views on the Contested Bishop Election in Florida
The election of the Rev. Charlie Holt must receive consent from more than half of diocesan bishops and Standing Committees before he can become Bishop Coadjutor of Florida
Opinion: Preserve the Big Tent
By Joe Gibbes In 2003, the Diocese of New Hampshire asked the Episcopal Church, “Don’t we have the right to elect the bishop of our choosing?” and the church’s answer was “Yes, you do.” Now, nearly 20 years later, the question before bishops and standing committees is, “Does the Diocese of Florida have that same […]
An Agenda for Christian Engagement with Muslims
By David Marshall Christians who seek a deep understanding of Islam, and who hope to relate in authentically Christian ways to Muslims, will soon become aware of various challenges. In these reflections I suggest that Christian engagement with Muslims needs to be characterized by intelligence, humility, and confidence: intelligence that avoids stereotypes and shows respect […]
Opinion: Kenya Refugee Expulsions Unconscionable
While the stance of the Kenyan government may well be a bargaining position rather than a realistic threat, it should not be underestimated.
Prayers for a New Beginning
America can come together “if we open our souls instead of hardening our hearts.”
Presiding Bishop Calls for Prayer and Fasting for America
“A time of profound division, and genuine crisis of national character.”
Face the Realities of Evil and Sin
Frederick Schmidt: “Any robust doctrine of sin and evil that arises out of the Jewish and Christian traditions acknowledges the presence of evil in the world.”