A theology of death should be accompanied by a healthy dose of agnosticism, since what happens after death is up to God and not to us.
The real sign of hope is that God continues to raise up faithful people, that they continue to build solid friendships within the ACoC, and that the unique bonds of affection we have with each other, our Communion, and with the Indigenous North are being strengthened despite the centrifugal forces of division.
The Fort McMurray fire now stands as a particular kind of spectacle, which revealed to us a simple truth: our lives and our world are in God’s hands.
I do not believe the current developments over same-sex marriage in our churches represent a critical threshold moment. That moment, as I will point out, passed long ago in some sense.
Is marriage God's “pastoral response” to our hurt and suffering?