Stephen Prothero of Boston University compares and contrasts the way Jeremy Lin communicates his faith on and off the basketball court with the apporach of another evangelical sports celebrity Tim Tebow.
Day: February 15, 2012
Diana Butler Bass talks about the direction of the church in an uncertain age. In this video she explains the premise of her new book, Christianity After Religion.
General Seminary is working with the Office of Communication of the Episcopal Church on a new education program called Digital Formation.
The Diocese of Norwich in the Church of England has a web page highlighting papers giving arguments both for and against the adoption of an Anglican Covenant.
When Jesus names himself the “Good Shepherd,” it might have been heard as a very political statement. When Jesus speaks of himself as the Good Shepherd, he may have in mind a challenge similar to the metaphor of the Kingdom of God.
At a reception with nine leaders representing different religious groups in Great Britain, Queen Elizabeth II spoke about the importance of faith and the role of the Church of England in a culture where all religion are free to express themselves.
At a time when The Episcopal Church is considering how to reform itself, here are a few words from Ron Heifetz, co-founder of the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard, who coined the phrase “adaptive leadership.”
It seems to me that many of the issues that face us in restructuring, and much of the talk in the restructuring conversations, reflect this phase in the life cycle of a community — or a church.