By Andrew Goddard The end of April marks another milestone in the Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith (LLF) project relating to identity, sexuality, marriage, and relationships. Since the suite of t... Read More...
Amid division over same-sex marriage and the blessing of same-sex unions, the Diocese of Tennessee strives to live in humble unity.
In recent days, there’s been a discussion of the boundaries of orthodoxy in some corners of the evangelical blogosphere.
If the people of God are part of sinful Babylon, what is a godly woman or man to do?
This report marks a significant departure from traditional Anglican and broader Christian teaching that marriage is a gift of God in creation.
Those with power need to see the minority as able to accomplish something that the majority cannot. Such a realization is usually salutary for the powerful.
Zachary Guiliano replies to Fully Alive’s respondents: “They can’t skewer us on one passage of Scripture and one Church Father.” Plus, some more links to other conversations.
New essays on Scripture and Sexuality from two professors at Episcopal seminaries. And a note from Covenant's editor.