Sometimes I want to sit down to read the Bible in well-wrought English, within a book that is well-made, and on pages that are admirably formatted and presented. Those are all features that help me concentrate on what I believe to be the Word of God.
Christian doctrine functions, above all, as a safeguard for mystery. It holds in flaming tension what would otherwise devolve into drab truisms.
Perhaps our era is especially ripe for another liberating encounter with the gospel found in Romans.
Our beloved BCP takes us, every morning, right to the heart of the most vital and serious of theological issues.
There is a strange kind of overlapping that we Christians find ourselves living out in between the first advent of Christ and his eventual glorious appearing.
Why might traditional Anglicans want to remain in TEC? Two words: family and witness.
None of us, it seems, is fully practicing what the New Testament envisions for church discipline.