Archbishop of Canterbury’s mis-characterization of Scottish Episcopal Church’s thoughts on Columba Declaration comes under fire
Day: February 18, 2016
In one of his open dialogues on the papal plane back to Rome from Mexico, the Pope suggested that women threatened by the Zika virus could use contraceptives despite Roman Catholic teaching to the contrary.
Religion Dispatches has a great post up about the popularity of TED talks and the ways they hearken back to 19th century Lyceum lectures by luminaries such as Ralph Waldo Emerson. There’s the same sense that intellectual life should be popularized, and that cutting-edge ideas should be tested in front of a diverse audience through […]
It’s election time and Popping Collars checks in on “the West Wing,” exploring the meaning of vocation, decency, and compromise in the American polity
John 15:1-11 On some Sunday mornings I groan under the burden of participating in the prayers of our communal worship. Rather than actually praying I sigh and shuffle and think of who I need to talk to at coffee hour or worry about what wasn’t in the bulletin. The minutes creep by. With irritation I […]