The Lambeth Conference cannot afford to decide nothing. By the same token, in its limited capacity, it must decide as little as possible for the time being.
Bp. Love's position could easily lead once again to disciplinary proceedings, turmoil in the diocese, property disputes, resources thrown to the wind, and the collapse of another diocese of the Episcopal Church.
Every time is politically confused. Every culture is morally opaque. In this regard, the French cultural politics of the 1920s and 1930s are analogous to North America’s in 2018.
George A. Lindbeck’s death on January 8 brings to a close an era of extraordinarily fruitful theological work that he engaged with colleagues around the Church.
Diaspora is not an image of the Church. It is, rather, a historical descriptor of the Church at a given time.
Anglicanism has made a special commitment to pursuing figural exegesis.
Ephraim Radner writes on an "ecclesiology of change" and possibilities for a new Anglican synod.
The Christian experience of suffering is distinctive. “Pain without God is intolerable. Everything in our culture flows from this ‘without God’; and, in this case, pain therefore sweeps everything before itself.”