With its final door, The Good Place proves useful for our journey once more: we cannot stop here, we must journey on.
The dissatisfying conclusion of Game of Thrones may well be the triumph of its artistic vision.
Sabrina is beset with contradictions that cry out for a resolution within the Christian faith.
In online outrage, often forgotten is the biblical counsel: “Let everyone be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger, for your anger does not produce God’s righteousness” (James 1:19–20).
Anglicanism is good, but it is not ultimate, only provisional. Only Jesus Christ is ultimate, and one day, even if only on the Last Day, all denominational identities will give way to the creedal and confessed one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church.
Every parish my family has visited in California has made it very clear that absolutely everyone is invited to the altar for Communion.