A Twenty-First Century Anglican Divine

Systematic Theology, Volume 2 The Doctrine of the Holy Trinity Processions and Persons By Katherine Sonderegger Fortress, pp. 416, $49 Review by Wesley Hill Tucked away near the end of Praying the S... Read More...

The Trinity in the Old Testament

By Jeff Boldt Modern Christians wrongly tend to view the Old Testament as the record of a religion that Christianity replaced. Not only does this mean that we think the laws of Moses have been cancelled, but... Read More...

The Holy Trinity: Indwelling the Mystery

By Chip Prehn The Church the world over celebrated the Feast of the Holy Trinity on Sunday, May 30th. What used to be called “the season after Trinity” takes the Church all the way to the First Sunday of Advent. Most altar guilds, grateful that they don’t h... Read More...

Keeping the Catholic Faith

By Bryan Owen Whosoever will be saved, before all things it is necessary that he hold the Catholic Faith. Which Faith except everyone do keep whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall perish everlastingly.... Read More...

The Evangelical Edge

 This is the second of three reflections on hierarchy. Part one is here. By Christopher Wells Digging deeper into the origins of hierarchy, one comes to a most basic sense of the Greek arché, namely, begi... Read More...

The Eternal Processions and the Triune Formula

By Tyler Been Every Sunday, by their recitation of the Nicene Creed, Anglicans confess belief in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In many ways, the creed is an apophatic statement. It provides the boundaries of what can and cannot be said about the Holy Tr... Read More...