By Samuel Cripps
Prior to beginning my road to the ordained ministry I worked in software and web design. I had some good luck with it, but soon enough the call to ministry became too strong and I walked awa... Read More...
By Hannah Matis
Caveat lector: The series is available to stream on Amazon Prime. I will do my best to avoid spoilers internal to the series, but miserere mei as I reckon with the nature of prequels.
Ha... Read More...
The Great Passion
By James Runcie
Bloomsbury, 260 pp., $28
Review by Christine Havens
In his sermon for the Third Sunday of Easter, the rector of my church referred to Bach’s writing of St. Mat... Read More...
Privilege and Prophecy
Social Activism in the Post-War Episcopal Church
By Robert Tobin
Oxford University Press, pp. 392, $35
Review by Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook
Privilege and Prophecy focuses on the ... Read More...
Gospel Witness Through the Ages
A History of Evangelism
By David M. Gustafson
Eerdmans, pp. 471, $39.99
Reviewed by Grant LeMarquand
Years ago, when I was a theological student in Montreal, our parish ... Read More...
A Post-COVID Catechesis
By Victor Lee Austin
Cascade Books, pp. 88, $14
Review by James Stambaugh
It may have been premature in the Year of our Lord 2022 to publish a book with “Post-COVID” in the title... Read More...
By David M. Baumann
The May 28, 2017 issue of The Living Church featured a cover article by Richard J. Mammana about a book called The Innocent Curate by Paris Leary. Doubleday had published it in 1963. I fi... Read More...
Grace and Incarnation
The Oxford Movement’s Shaping of the Character of Modern Anglicanism
By Bruce D. Griffith with Jason R. Radcliff
Pickwick, pp. 216, $26
Review by Chip Prehn
The authors believe th... Read More...