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Common Ground and the Grave

By Steve Rice Since 2016, I have buried 317 children. I use the 1928 Book of Common Prayer because it contains a liturgy for the...

COVID-19 and Prisons (Part 1)

By Hannah Bowman Every day brings further horrifying stories about the pandemic’s effect on those incarcerated in jails and prisons. Over 15,000 cases of COVID-19...

Embracing the Claims and Way of Christ

Jesus says, “For judgment I came into this world, that those who do not see may see” (Jn. 9:39). To those who choose him Jesus grants the right to become God’s children.

Bishop Barnes, Anglican Eugenicist

How could Bishop Barnes, a Cambridge mathematician, have gone so badly wrong?

‘The dignity of every human being’: The constitutive Baptismal Covenant

Describing the Baptismal Covenant as constitutive means that it governs (or at least should govern) how we live as a body; it determines our culture.

Change and Transformation

Bishop Jim Mathes: “I should let voicemail do the work while driving and let driving be my singular work.”

‘Love Those in Trouble’

By Jeff Walton • Bishop Bill Atwood: “In every case new life is fragile and vulnerable. God’s agenda is life and we are his.”

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