Behold my grace through vessel, see my love / in bark-covered-twisted-winter-dead tree.
TBT: ‘A Christmas Note’
Christmas tells us of a loving God who created the wonderful universe. Its wonder staggers the imagination. But when man had lost his way, God sent his Son to call us back to the glory he had in mind when he created us. “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will to men.”
Audacious alternatives: Clean energy, and justice at Standing Rock
Let’s be audacious enough to hope that a just and durable solution may be found.
A catechism of Nature (5): Autumn
I am an avid hunter and fisherman, but it strikes me that these activities are really more occasions for something else: for looking at the natural world and trying to understand it and, by trying to understand it.
The impossibility of monotheism without the Bible
For years now I have been working on articles and a dissertation about a person I would consider the greatest Anglican theologian of the 20th century, Lionel S. Thornton. His voluminous writings display a depth of philosophical and biblical insight rarely matc... Read More...
Listening to the cicadas
Cicadas, like everything else, have a divine origin: “All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being” (John 1:3).
Climate justice: insights from African Anglican theologians
We see an interweaving of three of our five Marks of Mission, when we consider deeply not just climate change, but climate justice, and when we learn from the voices of our brothers and sisters in the global south.