God's love for every human being is the same, regardless of their sexuality, and the church should never by its actions give any other impression.
This week: the beauty of public liturgy, the "personal shape" of ecumenism, and the world as narrative and symphony.
Mascall provides a profound reflection on the theology of the Incarnation, bursting with insights from St. Leo and St. Augustine.
If the development of doctrine were anything like musical performance, we could not imagine that "harmonic progression" would happen abruptly or lazily.
What do Roman Catholics consider the "treasures" or "elements of sanctity" in the Anglican tradition?
Three things really caught my eye this week: a transatlantic blog debate on the Eucharist, a talk on ecumenism, and the idea of intercontextual theologies of mission.
Shall we believe the Archbishop of Canterbury? Or shall we believe the narrative associated with ENS, Deputy News, and the Episcopal delegates’ “Letter from Lusaka”?
On a cold Saturday morning in early March, I picked up the "Clerk of Oxford," and we drove out to South Leigh.