Review by Gary G. Yerkey • This is an important book written not by some “dispassionate third person,” as the author puts it, but by a loving son.
Essays & Reviews
By G. Willcox Brown • Christ dies once for all, to bring about our flourishing by delivering us from slavery to our lusts.
By Christopher Wells
Meyer inspires in me a desire to love and trust the Lord more surely and devotedly.
Theologian Andrew Goddard evaluates the Church of England’s Men and Women in Marriage.
“When one has faced down a shouting mob of enraged goddess worshipers, enduring one voluble fortune-teller is fairly simple.”
By Colin Podmore
In the Anglican Communion, what’s true for dioceses is true for provinces.
By William G. Witt. There is no reason to presume that South Carolina’s declaring itself an extra-provincial diocese is more than an ad hoc solution.
By Jesse Zink. The pernicious hermeneutic of self-justification remains a constant temptation.
By Daniel W. Muth. The HBO series depicts a dark, dank, brutal, depressing but nevertheless engrossing world.
By Zachary Guiliano. The Regina Cæli was sung with an exuberance normally reserved for the football field rather than the sanctuary.