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Against Hiding

By George Sumner We all know of sins of commission and omission, doing what we ought not to do and not doing what we ought...

Is There Any Salvation Inside the Church?

By Leander Harding St. Cyprian’s dictum (Extra Ecclesiam nulla salus, or there is no salvation outside the church), is now in danger of being turned...

‘Secular’ Neglect, Salvation Anyway:

Esther 5:9–8:14 and the Theology of the Book of Esther By Wesley Hill In my work as a New Testament professor, I regularly introduce students to...

The Ascension: Waiting to Inhale

By Daniel Martins We all begin our lives as fetuses. We all had the experience of developing in utero and receiving necessary oxygen from our...

Everything Depends on God, So Get to Work

By Daniel Martins Where Anglicanism sits in the relationship between Catholic and Protestant Christianity is a matter of endless conversation and myriad opinions. I am...

Is Our Gratitude Alone Enough?

By Calvin Lane Everyone here is just more than contented to be  living and dying in three quarter time. Jimmy Buffet, “Nautical Wheelers” Through bleary eyes, the...

Salvation Himself

By Wesley Hill There’s a wonderful bit in Lancelot Andrewes’ Christmas Day sermon from 1610 where he meditates on the meaning of the angels’ announcement...

Grammar of Faith: The New Adam

By George Sumner Strive to enter through the narrow gate. Sometimes history and culture come to cast a question in a different light. The late George...

Find Yourself Within the Book of Life

The book of life, however, is more than a guest list for heaven. It's no other than the book of Scripture. And the book of Scripture is more than a history book. It actually maps out where time is going.

David Bentley Hart has Written a Silly Book

David Bentley Hart’s That All Shall Be Saved is a regrettably unflinching reminder that ego, not piety, is the ground of much modern theology.

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