Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s voice rang clearly in my ear: Grace must never be cheap.
Essays & Reviews
The last chapters of “A Brutal Unity” press further into “the spiritual politics of the Christian Church.”
George Macleod wrote that Iona is “a thin place where only tissue paper separates the material from the spiritual.”
All Saints & All Souls: Here are prophets and presbyters, grandmothers and children untimely lost, maidens and archbishops.
Patrick Hayes: “For average Sierra Leoneans, the timing of the Ebola crisis could not be worse.”
Being a Hunter and a Christian Clergyman • By Will Brown
“Being Christian” by Rowan Williams gives readers a clear understanding of Christian life.
Rescuing Breadth and Diversity in England • By Colin Podmore
Douthat: The pope wants to “rethink issues where Catholic teaching is in clear tension with Western social life.”
Rowan Williams: The death of Stephen Sykes has deprived the Anglican family of an unusually resourceful and penetrating theologian.