Let us guard the liturgy. In it, we have the gospel, a treasure in an earthen vessel.
Peter J. Leithart’s approach has much to commend it, albeit with some significant caveats.
A conversation about Prayer Book revision is now on the table in the Episcopal Church. Enriching Our Worship shows the likely trajectory of such revision and must be examined.
Last week, I sat by the muddy flume of the Trinity, ate my lunch, and thought about God’s invisible nature, his eternal power and deity. At its best, theology has no technical vocabulary.
Why not substitute a formula like "Creator, Sustainer, and Redeemer" as a substitute for the traditional trinitarian name of "Father, Son, and Holy Spirit"? Does it matter?