Why we need an Anglican “Dear Prudence”

Advice columnists began to be popular in England right at the time that rigorous religious practices of casuistry were declining. Casuistry provided a common language regarding moral issues that spanned ecclesiastical and even denominational divides.

Defining marriage: thoughts from a panel

Perhaps the best thing someone said to me afterwards was, "I wish we had been doing this kind of thing for the past 30 years. I think it would have really been good for the church."
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Boycotting the virtues away

Whether or not you go to Chick-fil-A (or any business) does not exhaust your possibilities as a moral agent.