Bottom line: the Archbishop of Canterbury has not approved a primatial oversight scheme for the secessionist Diocese of South Carolina.
Day: May 25, 2015
Next Step Homeless Services of Arkansas sees 120-150 clients per day, many military veterans, for short-term and long-term help in avoiding or ending homelessness. The agency leases space, for $1 per year, from St. John’s Episcopal Church. On Memorial Day, their president, Kim Wohlford, wrote an op-ed in the Fort Smith paper Time Record to let […]
Beatification of Archbishop Oscar Romero, Getty Images A little late to the party, the New York Times has written a lengthy article about the resurgence of liberation theology, a movement within the Roman Catholic Church that fell out of favor during the Cold War because of theoretical links to Soviet Russia. It was a movement […]
Harvey Cox, professor of divinity at Harvard, has just published How to Read the Bible, a primer illustrating the questions and context Bible readers should consider. Cox focuses on literary, history, and activism as three lenses we can view the Bible through, providing examples of each in specific books. Cox explores some of these examples in […]
Jesus’ analogy of rationally estimating the cost of war doesn’t seem to hold in today’s world–so how much exactly will true discipleship cost us?
Being a know-it-all is a way to try to take control of the uncontrollable, to bring false order when chaos is all around.