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...

Atonement Versus Cancel Culture

By Russ Levenson, Jr. I love stories with surprising endings. Leon Uris, author of the 1958 bestseller Exodus failed high school English three times. When Lucille Ball began studying to be an actress in 1... Read More...

Meaninglessness in the Time of COVID-19

By Landon Moore  The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a terrible toll on the world's economy, as well as on our relationships, mental health, and lives overall. In this crisis, you may have been laid off from work, or know someone who was forced to close thei... Read More...

Anglicanism Defined: Three Crises

To be Anglican is to be in a tradition striving to be truly one, holy, catholic, and apostolic in the wake of our particular history.

God’s secret name, and our names

“I AM WHO I AM,” God told Moses (Exod. 3:14). God has a name. But, unlike ours, his Name perfectly expresses what and who he is. “Jeff” is an arbitrary noise, an arbitrary signature, that has no intrinsic connection to a person who by no means has to exist. “Jeff” expresses nothing.