By Jordan Hylden As vocations director in the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, I talk with a lot of young people discerning a call to ordained ministry. Very often, they’re evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail, ... Read More...
Keep in contact with real things — the actual people around you, the actual place where you live, the actual God who underpins and suffuses all — and you’ll be inoculated against relativism.
It is striking how countercultural Jordan Peterson's work is.
Anglicanism has become factious in the extreme, and one cannot help but wonder if the spirit of Christ-like gratuity, of self-effacement for the sake of the Body, has been quashed by a climate of hyper-self-consciousness.
Party spirit has invaded the Church. To be taken seriously, one must be either a traditionalist or a progressive.