In the wake of the inauguration, I propose the following. Churches should create a community-oriented event called the Table. The goal here is to create a space in which political partisanship takes a back seat to human interaction, and thus defuses fear of the political “other.”
Marred by hagiography and mired in heresiology, the Reformation is deeply polarizing.
Recent years have seen a growing backlash against Harris’s youthful literary indiscretions.
Jesus’ words might mean, “Whoever does not hate his own political party cannot be my disciple.”
A part of me hates Christmas; a part of me curses Christmas — and the infant Christ just lays there and stares.
Among Episcopalians, paper usage is the eighth sacrament, and paper waste the ninth.
Behind many of the debates that Christians have about the Bible, there is an important but unstated assumption: that interpretation is inseparable from application and that context is important to both.
Mix in a perichoretic fashion.