General Synod’s Phony War

By John Martin In the matter of deciding whether women should be appointed as bishops, the Church of England is engaged in a process with all the hallmarks of a Phony War.

A New Pro-Life Generation

While counter-protesters sought to undermine our stand for life, they could not squelch the energy and enthusiasm expressed by our under-30 compatriots, who now represent the largest contingency of pro-life activists.

Covenant

Craig Uffman and Christopher Wells founded Covenant (covenant.livingchurch.org) in August 2007 as a weblog community of “evangelical and catholic” Christians.We take our place within the Living Church Foundatio... Read more...

The Preacher

The Fifth Sunday of EpiphanyIsa. 40:21-31 • Ps. 147:1-12, 21c1 Cor. 9:16-23 • Mark 1:29-39Religious studies, however compelling and intriguing to a few, is not the subject of Christian preaching. The preacher i... Read more...

A Film for Aunt Betty

Who says gay marriage is not big in Utah? At the Sundance Film Festival, one of the higher-profile documentaries proved to be Love Free or Die.

A Sidelined Cathedral

Whatever else may be said of the Diocese of Western Michigan’s Cathedral of Christ the King, it embodied the spirit of the late 1960s.

McLaren Book to Shape Diocese

Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of Washington has announced a new diocesan initiative called People of the Way, which will draw from Brian McLaren’s Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices.

Merry Times at Mere Anglicanism

About 260 people gathered at the seventh annual Mere Anglicanism conference in Charleston, South Carolina, Jan. 19-21 to hear bishops and deans from across the world speak about their confidence in "The Once and Future Church."