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What is to become of the Confession?

It’s one thing to say, “I have done something selfish or mean, or prideful.” It is another to say, “I am selfish, I am proud, I am greedy, I am mean, I am jealous, I am prejudiced, I am power-hungry.”

Atheists at prayer for Christmas

Spencer Case: “Dear God, I have come to the conclusion you probably don’t exist, but I’ve also come to the conclusion that any one view I hold may turn out to be mistaken, however unlikely the odds seem.”

Uncovering Roots, Raising Questions

Anglo-Catholic conference explores the movement’s future.

Holy Spirit: Remembrancer

Refresh my memory, / With words of Moses and Jesus, / To help me follow your ways / And imagine your future.

Who is worship for?

“Seeker”-friendly church is hardly a new concept, but it is obviously becoming more pervasive, since it has spread even to the mainline churches.

Worship or works? Engaging Michael Curry and Richard Rohr

Christian worship and Christian ethics are inextricably bound up together.

Anglican identity and common prayer

The unity of common prayer is only a projection that denies that we are, in fact, a divided church.

Benediction is good for the (Anglican) soul

Does hoisting Jesus up in a brass contraption and waving him at his people do something beneficial? Yes.

Details matter: Against ‘adiaphora’

Our regular, knee-jerk assertions that only the Creed matters do great damage to the unity of Christian witness and the integrity of Christian life.

More Evensong, please

Many students long for a piety that does not ride the waves of faddism.

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