It’s seems there is now little or no room for daylight between the placards in a Westboro Baptist Church demonstration and the most irenic and civil proponent of the traditional definition of marriage.
Faith, hope, and love — those absolutes of the Christian life — are instances of desire.
Richard Hooker’s commitment to reason placed him firmly athwart the development of more revolutionary theological agendas. But reason has changed in our day.
Reason, the thing that separates us from brute beasts, does not liberate us from animality, but it liberates animality itself, for the actualization of a potential that cannot be actualized without reason.
Anglicans pride themselves on being educated and intellectual, but I'm afraid we're no more rational or logical than any other branch of the Church.
Some Christians justify actions by claiming the authority of the Spirit. Are there times when the Spirit contradics Jesus?