The last chapters of “A Brutal Unity” press further into “the spiritual politics of the Christian Church.”
“A Brutal Unity” grows easier as Ephraim Radner moves to a theological situation of the politics of the Church.
Christopher Wells: The deposit of faith does not magically pass into our minds by osmosis at baptism or ordination.
Christopher Wells: “I stop what I am doing, stand, and pray for the grace to be made worthy of the promises of Christ.”
By Christopher Wells • “I often think of the history of The Living Church and its old mission, articulated with commendable clarity 135 years ago and by subsequent keepers of the flame.”
By Christopher Wells • One could only participate ironically in the “kill, kill” cheer while standing next to a Mennonite.
Christopher Wells on Yale: “We enjoyed the company and questioning of one another, within a broad sea of students and faculty.”
By Christopher Wells • Northfield, Minnesota, and its colleges cut an idealized figure of the handsome small town, perfect for peaceful and sustained inquiry.
By Christopher Wells
The Fountainhead briefly made sense but, thank God, something more like Born to Run won out.