Bible Believing Episcopalians

By Clint Wilson Last year I was talking with a colleague who told me about an interaction she had with a young child in Sunday School as they discussed the story of the Annunciation. She mentioned to the chi... Read More...

More than Many Sparrows

By Elizabeth Head Black Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground apart from the will of your Father. And even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. So don’t... Read More...

A Light Infused into the Heart

Francis and Augustine would tell us first that less is more, and that God’s transforming oracles lie closer to hand than we might first expect.

Reading Scripture Well (Part 2)

In the broadest sense, figural reading is a long-term visa and a rail-pass rolled up into one, that opens up pathways across the extraordinary terrain of the Bible, in a way that includes all reality.  

Interpreting a Strange New World

Rather than acting as a signpost to the strange new world of Scripture, the sermon all-too-often obstructs our view of the Bible’s terrain. We have lost sight of the strange; our pews remain fixed in the familiar.

Questions Jesus Asks

Jesus asks well over 300 questions in the Gospels, many of which cut straight to the heart of the matter at hand.