In our disputes, we might need to recall that holiness dwells precisely in ambiguity.
On the Trans Mountain Pipeline, Christians advocate on both sides of the debate. As with so many political realities today, we are engulfed and enlisted by our society’s divisions.
August 16, the world lost one of the great preachers of the gospel.
Is our gospel really the good news of Jesus?
The gospel of Christ offers a greater vision of liberty than resorting to defining ourselves. The gospel rests on the promise that God, who on the sixth day spoke us into being, beheld us, and called us very good.
We need to disabuse ourselves of the notion that interest in politics is merely a hobby.
In Acts 15, St. James and the Jerusalem Council take for granted that Gentile Christians will do just this: follow the commands of God.
Under the leadership of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, evangelism has been moved to the front of the Episcopal Church’s agenda.