The last chapters of “A Brutal Unity” press further into “the spiritual politics of the Christian Church.”
All Saints & All Souls: Here are prophets and presbyters, grandmothers and children untimely lost, maidens and archbishops.
“Being Christian” by Rowan Williams gives readers a clear understanding of Christian life.
Review by Leander S. Harding • A homiletics scholar appreciates the generous orthodoxy of William Willimon and Fleming Rutledge.
What place do children have in church? A reflection, and three responses.
Augustine’s conversion “occurred while developing relationships with himself, others, and the divine.”
Alister McGrath’s hiring in Oxford weakens theology program at King’s College, London.
“A Brutal Unity” grows easier as Ephraim Radner moves to a theological situation of the politics of the Church.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald • Who will teach the shepherds of tomorrow how to lead a new, enigmatic type of flock?
By Steve Waring • The Rev. Wayne L. Fehr has published a book of answers for seekers with questions.