Biologist and author Rupert Sheldrake suggests in Huffington Post that “bad science” is indeed like “bad religion”:
Day: December 5, 2012
The Rev. Susan Russell writes in Huffington Post on Advent at All Saints Pasadena, and an upcoming convention being held at the church:
The Episcopal Church’s Office of Public Affairs has sent a media release announcing that The Presiding Bishop has accepted Mark Lawrence’s renunciation:
The task force is both younger and more diverse than the church at large. Fifty-six percent of the church and 33 percent of the task force is over the age of 50. Only about 15 percent of Episcopalians, but 37.5 percent of task force members are people of color.
The Task Force for Church Structural Reform is composed of 24 members: four bishops; nine priests; one deacon; and ten lay people. Three are under age 30; eight in their 30s; five in their 40s; four in their 50s; and four are age 60+. Nine are people of color.
For those of us who read the Daily Office, Wednesday often means that one of our Psalms will be a portion of Psalm 119, the longest psalm in the Psalter. For a long time I dreaded these verses. They seemed to praise something I was trying to escape from…
The Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina has a new website. They offer “Welcome” on their homepage:
by The Rev. Scott Petersen The Episcopal Church, along with all denominations are experiencing a multifaceted storm. There are two swirling cells of energy that have been butting up against each other. The first cell is God’s call to be faithful. The church is faced with a profound call to share the Gospel in new …