By George Sumner • We have John Wesley to thank for the diversity of the Anglican Communion.
Essays & Reviews
Peter Carrell: “We do not quite have Three Popes but we do have Three Anglican Fellowships.”
Review by Paul Avis • In 2014, the commemorations of Vatican II are still in full swing. Perhaps “contestations” would be more apt.
Caught in a traffic snarl that would cause homicides in New York or Boston, Filipinos rarely use the horn.
How the Diocese of Orange’s vision compares with what architect Mathew Alderman wrote in 2012.
The Rev. Canon Mark Harris: “The Presiding Bishop does not use words carelessly.”
Review by Leander S. Harding • A homiletics scholar appreciates the generous orthodoxy of William Willimon and Fleming Rutledge.
Review by Daniel Muth • What is required of Christians who inhabit a technically advanced but philosophically superstitious society?
Review by Katharine Jefferts Schori • A veteran journalist describes moments when “God or gods or at least a living Presence flamed out from every object.”
Fashionable church design not only throws the baby out with the font water but endangers the altar and Lamb as well.