By Word and Deed

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...

Hard Apologetics, Soft Apologetics

By George Sumner This reflection is really meant as advice for the Episcopal Church. It may make it more likely that I can be heard if I make it clear, here at the outset, that my idea is equally applicable ... Read More...

The Light of the World

By David M. Baumann Anyone who has been a pastor for any length of time has seen God acting in the lives of people in ways that amaze and delight. I certainly have my share of such stories from nearly half a century of ordained ministry. Here is one. At the... Read More...

Why Have Children?

By Victor Lee Austin The point of having children is to increase the number of the saints. In the 1979 prayer book — which in this regard sets forth a more traditional exposition than its U.S. predecessors —... Read More...

A Millennial’s Open Letter to the Church

By Christopher. J. Coome There is a certain privilege that comes with being a convert. Not only do we experience that hallowed “conversion moment,” but we emerge with an irascible, rebellious confidence that only comes with bucking all trends and going in a... Read More...