Questions Only the Church Can Ask

By David Barr Michael Polanyi famously pointed out in the 1950s that the subjectivity of scientific research occurs precisely in the way it is conducted by people. People will always pursue research from a f... Read More...

The Holy Trinity: Indwelling the Mystery

By Chip Prehn The Church the world over celebrated the Feast of the Holy Trinity on Sunday, May 30th. What used to be called “the season after Trinity” takes the Church all the way to the First Sunday of Advent. Most altar guilds, grateful that they don’t h... Read More...

The Episcopal Church in 2050

By David Goodhew Bishop John Shelby Spong wrote a book in 1999 entitled Why Christianity Must Change or Die. The Episcopal Church has, largely, followed Bishop Spong’s lead. It has changed and it is dying. I... Read More...

The Eternal Processions and the Triune Formula

By Tyler Been Every Sunday, by their recitation of the Nicene Creed, Anglicans confess belief in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In many ways, the creed is an apophatic statement. It provides the boundaries of what can and cannot be said about the Holy Tr... Read More...

The Play’s the Thing

Shakespeare, Theology, and the Unstaged God offers a provocative, well-researched look at the spaces that literature and theology can cohabit