In the film Hellbound, writer/director Kevin Miller asks why it is so important for some people to believe that God will consign evil-doers to an eternal, conscious hell and for others to believe that God will eventually welcome everyone into heaven.
Day: August 31, 2012
The Rt. Rev. Victoria Matthews, bishop of Christchurch, New Zealand talks about her decision to take down the collapsing Christchurch Cathedral, despite formidable opposition.
There’s good news and bad news: if you get married in an Anglican Church in the Diocese of Sydney, Australia, the bride no longer has to promise that she will “obey” her husband. Instead, she has the option of “submitting” to him.
Tweeted cries to “divest now” from Bain may, at the end of the day, be misdirected. But they raise important questions to which both the Episcopal Church and the Church Pension Group must answer.
In introducing Cardinal Dolan, House Speaker Boehner pronounced that the Cardinal understood that “the preferential option for the poor doesn’t always translate into a preferential option for big government.”
Here’s how they do it at Indiana University.
The initial results of an inquiry into the diocesan child protection policies in the Diocese of Chichester in the Church of England was published yesterday.
Jesus takes that image of hope and invites the thirsty to come to him and to receive the life-giving Spirit which will burst from within them like a hidden spring in their souls. The image hits a responsive chord. People speculate: Is he a prophet? Is he the Messiah?
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by Lawson Wulsin Three years ago, after being served communion once again by my brother, the priest of St Andrew’s Episcopal Church, and reciting the Nicene Creed with my usual questions about what I really believe, I came home and wrote a creed I could believe. Last month, while talking to our atheist son about […]