In a secular, connected world, how does confession and absolution fit with the media-guided public apology? Baptist pastor Alan Rudnick looks at Lance Armstrong and thinks about confession.
Day: January 18, 2013
As the Episcopal Bishop of Rhode Island, I support the bill before the General Assembly that would allow same-sex couples to marry in our state, not in spite of my Christian faith, but because of it.
The letter is supported by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and its signers include a former Presiding Bishop and a former President of the House of Deputies, the dean of the National Cathedral, and several other nationally and internationally known Episcopalians.
A documentary chronicling the influence of American evangelical Christianity on Uganda premieres today at the Sundance Festival. “God Loves Uganda” tells how the culture wars in America have been exported to Uganda and other nations in Africa.
Connecting us together by breaking boundaries and expanding friendship is Christ’s work. It is joyful work of celebration.