Words matter

Our human dignity is founded upon the Word of God that lives in us by the power of the Holy Spirit. And that Word is dynamic and living, never static or flat.

The Bible and Rob Bell

Rob Bell is crafting a religious system that is only tangentially related to orthodox Christianity, and which increasingly appears to make Christian habits of thought and language purely optional.

Oxford Movement exegesis and sacramental ontology

In the world that Augustine and Aquinas inhabited, created things and human institutions were interconnected with heavenly realities, knit together in Christ in whom “all things hold together” (Col. 1:17). We seem not to inhabit this world.

Radner: Figuring Out Time

Radner's book on figural exegesis is a gift to the Church, and warrants serious, sustained attention by pastors and scholars alike.

The Oxford Movement’s sacramental interpretation of Scripture

For the Oxford Movement, the interpretation of the Bible is inextricably bound up with the doctrine of the Incarnation and the sacraments, so that to neglect a sacramental or allegorical interpretation is in some way to fail to appreciate, or even to deny, these doctrines.