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Lectionary Consultation Studies Anti-Judaism

Adapted from a Consultation on Common Texts press release The Consultation on Common Texts (CCT) has received a draft statement about passages in John and...

Christ in the Law and the Prophets

Christians are a people of Scripture. Any doubt on this front should be effectively quelled by the Holy Week we recently celebrated. Palm Sunday...

1 Peter 3:1-7 in Fresh Perspective

By Peter R. Rodgers When the Lambeth Conference meets next summer, one of the distinctive features will be a study of the First Letter...

The Voice of the Old Testament

By Christopher Seitz One of my goals in college was to get the grades necessary to apply to a top law school. I happened...

Kenneth Bailey (1930-2016)

The Rev. Canon Kenneth Bailey, one of the most innovative New Testament scholars of the 20th century, died May 23.

Reading Paul for the unity of the Church

How might one read Paul in a way that furthers the cause of visible Christian unity?

‘God’s Truth Will Survive’

20 Minutes with Rowan Williams

Things Episcopalians say (3): ‘Jesus Movement’

The phrase has captured the imagination of Episcopalians, but many friends don't much care for the hype or are even worried by it.

Why Anglican seminarians still need Galatians

Much of the shape of Anglican seminary curricula, Richard Briggs contends, is shaped by the historical-critical project rather than by the particular questions raised by Anglican ministry itself.

Churches need incense

Incense may not be a hill worth dying on, but it is at least a hill worth strategizing for. It is a shot to the gut of comfortable, consumer-friendly religion.


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