“Being Christian” by Rowan Williams gives readers a clear understanding of Christian life.
Essays & Reviews
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.
John Martin: The late Robert Runcie informs the hero of a TV murder mystery.
By George Sumner • We have John Wesley to thank for the diversity of the Anglican Communion.
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.