A recent accord of conciliation fits well into a larger and disturbing pattern of the Episcopal Church’s current leadership.
Essays & Reviews
Bishop Daniel Martins writes: “We feel manipulated and victimized. We are nowhere near happy about this outcome.”
Review by John Martin
A cast of nurses and of nuns who pray for patients and sing the Daily Office seemed hardly the stuff of a TV blockbuster.
From W. David O. Taylor’s Diary of an Arts Pastor, where all five videos are embedded
Review by Daniel H. Martins
The notion that the 1979 prayer book’s baptismal liturgy is significantly unique is widely held but not self-evident.
Ten Commandments for Church Websites
By Richard J. Mammana, Jr.
Review by Ken Ross
It is good to feel the terrible, heavy burden of those charged with keeping us safe.
Commentary by Jordan Hylden
In working to love one another, a good place to start would be by not suing one another.
“Theology of Hope: United by Postmodern Critical Augustinianism” (TLC, Sept. 5, 2010)
By Eric Turner
If we seek healing and reconciliation, we must resist the temptation to demonize those with whom we disagree.