Religion News Service: A light went out of the world this morning. Phyllis Tickle, who inspired so many, died in her sleep this morning, according to her family. In May I learned she was sick. Our old “Team Religion” crew from Publishers Weekly—the team she founded and nurtured—were all stunned and saddened by the impossible […]
Day: September 22, 2015
“Call the Midwife illustrated the social setting of post war Britain and the hard times people lived through, but also depicted the joy the sisters took from their work.”
The Most Revd Josiah Idowu-Fearon took time in his sermon to outline and counter some myths about African Christianity that he finds prevalent in the church.
“After the Bible itself, the hymnal is the richest collection of Christian texts that we have at our disposable.”
The “Jesus franchise” belongs to Jesus alone… not to any person or institution, however exalted. In his infinite wisdom, God blesses us all in our diversity and in our unity. In this morning’s gospel, Christ has a final word for any of us who might find our brother or sister’s faith not exactly to our taste: Your life has been salted… flavored by the love of Christ.