Adopted in Baptism

By Clint Wilson I am now at the stage in life where I have become familiar with the plot lines of many children’s stories, including The Giving Tree, The Monster at the End of This Book, The Berenstain Bears... Read More...

The Inexhaustible Cup

In accordance with the Eleventh Tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous, this essay is published anonymously. Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another. — Proverbs 27:17 Christians love to use the analogy of a rock tumbler to describe the process of sanc... Read More...

Virtual Church: Opportunity or Mirage?

By John Mason Lock Since the pandemic began, I've heard many clergy celebrate the extension of the church’s ministry through virtual worship. The refrain I hear again and again goes something like this: “We ... Read More...

Gift of God, or Invention of the Antichrist?

Church of the Ever Greater God: The Ecclesiology of Erich Pryzwara By Aaron Pidel Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2020, pp. 324, $60. Review by Shaun Blanchard Fr. Aaron Pidel’s monograph on the German Jesuit Erich Pryzwara (1889-1972) ... Read More...

How Reformed Are We?

Anglicanism: A Reformed and Catholic Tradition By Gerald Bray Lexham Press, pp. 128. $23.99 Review by George Sumner To the considerable corpus of works proposing definitions of Anglicanism, Gerald Bray ... Read More...

The Evangelical Edge

 This is the second of three reflections on hierarchy. Part one is here. By Christopher Wells Digging deeper into the origins of hierarchy, one comes to a most basic sense of the Greek arché, namely, begi... Read More...