By Christopher Wells I come to the conclusion of my series on the visibility and invisibility of the Church (part 1, part 2, part 3). How to draw things together? Let me propose three, programmatic points that build on one another. Catholic visibility sh... Read More...
Unlike me, God is patient. God is good. God doesn’t need us to pay attention to him but he keeps working at us anyway.
None of us, it seems, is fully practicing what the New Testament envisions for church discipline.
Bishops, creeds, Eucharist — Anglican and Methodist stances toward these continue to differ.
The healing of Anglican-Methodist division requires an honesty about our differences and our history.
The Incarnation is not a principle. It is not just a reminder that God works and speaks through people. It is not primarily a model for ministry.