Living in Love and Faith Christian Teaching about Human Identity, Sexuality and Marriage The Church of England Review by Oliver O’Donovan In the mid-twentieth century the Church of England used to attract admiration for its treatment of challenging con... Read More...
With its final door, The Good Place proves useful for our journey once more: we cannot stop here, we must journey on.
The conscience is not sovereign. God, who sits as judge on the last day, is sovereign.
Advice columnists began to be popular in England right at the time that rigorous religious practices of casuistry were declining. Casuistry provided a common language regarding moral issues that spanned ecclesiastical and even denominational divides.
Perhaps the best thing someone said to me afterwards was, "I wish we had been doing this kind of thing for the past 30 years. I think it would have really been good for the church."
Whether or not you go to Chick-fil-A (or any business) does not exhaust your possibilities as a moral agent.