Christian doctrine functions, above all, as a safeguard for mystery. It holds in flaming tension what would otherwise devolve into drab truisms.
The time between Easter and Trinity Sunday is ideal for instruction in trinitarian doctrine.
Four Women Doctors of the Church reinforces the hard-won wisdom that women can take “the initiative … to launch themselves into the life of the Church.”
Abp. Fulton J. Sheen: “The only way to win audiences is to tell people about the life and death of Christ. Every other approach is a waste.”
Those locked into “now” lack an ability to see their life experience in a collective fashion with input from others.
Which bodies have moral authority to speak on behalf of the Anglican Communion to its individual churches?