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Advent with the Beasts

The Rev. Dr. Cole Hartin reviews All Creation Waits: The Advent Mystery of New Beginnings.

Mountains and Churches

I was born and raised in a Calgary mountain culture that continues to thrive on the edges of the Rocky Mountains and numerous world famous...

Enough is Enough

I write from Sassafras Farm in Augusta County, Virginia. August has just turned into September. There is — even on these hot days — a...

Hard Apologetics, Soft Apologetics

By George Sumner This reflection is really meant as advice for the Episcopal Church. It may make it more likely that I can be heard...

Concerning the “Virtuous Pagan”

Every year The Living Church's student essay contest draws several excellent submissions. The first-place essay will be published in the October issue of The Living Church magazine,...

Prolixity and Precision: Reading David Bentley Hart Fast and Slow

You Are Gods: On Nature and Supernature By David Bentley Hart University of Notre Dame Press, 2022. pp. 162. $25. Review by Jonathan R. Heaps  Reading David Bentley...

The High Country

By Dane Neufeld My wife and I recently completed the Skyline Trail in Jasper National Park, one of the great Alpine hikes in the Canadian...

More than Many Sparrows

By Elizabeth Head Black Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground apart from the will...

Walking in a Foreign Land We Call Home

This Christmas, pull on your boots, tie up your laces, grab your hat, and start walking. We’ve a long journey ahead of us.

On Politics and Nature: The Birds of the Air Will Tell You

It is a source of comfort — or it should be! — to the Christian, that he with whom we have to do sits on his throne with sovereign attention, and that the whole cosmic drama is resolving itself toward a grand reconciliation with its creator through the cross of Jesus (cf. Colossians 1:19-20). And through it all our task remains the same: fidelity.


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