Day: November 16, 2015

Episcopal Church Foundation moving into The Interchurch Center

The 2016-2018 triennial budget, passed by General Convention, mandated that office space at the Episcopal Church Center be rented at market rate in order to maintain the increasingly expensive Manhattan street address. The Episcopal Church Foundation, while expressing gratitude to many years of hospitality from the Episcopal Church, cited this new cost as their reason …

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Perspectives on politics versus faith and the myth of radicalization in terrorism coverage

Peace for Paris image by artist Jean Jullien In his Loose canon column for the Guardian, Dr. Giles Fraser opines that the narrative of radicalization is a myth which helps us avoid our responsibility in creating the conditions which have led to terrorism committed by young, formerly secular, men. From the op-ed: We buy into the radicalisation …

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How can you describe your faith without listing the things you aren’t?

Writing on her blog, Maggie Nancarrow explores the challenge that some politically progressive Christians have in defining their faith. She describes the negative definition (“I’m a Christian but not the type of Christian that x….“) as a trap which helps define one type of Christianity as the ‘default’ or ‘normal’, before invoking new Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and …

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