What does the Church have to offer in the face of increasing suicide rates and a rising mental health crisis?
I am going to make my case for a Christianity that is not defensive and does not subject itself to perpetual revision in order to keep up with the demands of a culture that despises the Christian faith anyway.
As we continue to discover abuse, Pope Francis and others are rightly leading the whole Church in this corporate confession of sin.
The Catholic Church is broken in a way that only Jesus can heal. But I have a suggestion for what might help.
I haven’t stopped scratching my head about the lack of theological debate at General Convention.
Episcopalians and Roman Catholics have moved closer together on opposition to the death penalty.
Our culture tends toward optimism, but is it a Christian virtue?
The gospel of Christ offers a greater vision of liberty than resorting to defining ourselves. The gospel rests on the promise that God, who on the sixth day spoke us into being, beheld us, and called us very good.