2-5-2007 · Rowan Williams will ultimately side with the Global South. Or, more accurately, he will not go to bat for an apostate and unrepentant Episcopal Church. Williams has to know by now that he will go down in history: Either as the man who saved the communion from disintegration, or the man who let it all come apart.
2-4-2007 · At its annual council meeting on Saturday, February 3, 2007, the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi passed a resolution expressing “strong disagreement” with the actions of Executive Council of The Episcopal Church in February 2006…
1-31-2007 · Not without reason, it might be suggested that those responsible for the running of the Panel are not only ‘dilatory,’ but also inconsistent in the way that matters are handled.
1-30-2007 · When Eli failed to discipline his sons, the Ark of the Covenant was taken from Israel and God allowed his people to fall to their enemies. When David failed first to discipline Amnon for raping Tamar and then Absalom for murdering Amnon, his kingdom was rent. If the leaders of the Anglican communion fail to discipline the Episcopal Church not only for “breaking the bonds of affection” but, more importantly, for defying the Word of the living God, then you will see Windsor and Network dioceses begin to crumble as many of the strongest parishes realize that the Communion is toothless and that the Windsor “process” is just that…an endless process leading nowhere…and depart.
1-29-2007 · One of the most interesting parts of the Blogger’s Roundtable was to hear my fellow blogger’s predictions of what will happen at the Primates Meeting of Tanzania, and to hear everyone’s fun reactions to those…
1-29-2007 · Over the next few days a number of posts will be offered with content from the Mere Anglicanism conference. I am very grateful for the hard work of so many at the conference, including the…
1-26-2007 · The Journey of Christ Church Plano: Part VI With joy and thanksgiving for God’s great guidance over these years and most especially in the past six months, the vestry voted unanimously to join the AMiA.
1-26-2007 · According to the scriptures, God has made himself known in creation and all people on earth, from the beginning of creation until now, not only have the capacity to know of him but, in fact, they do know of him.
1-24-2007 · Faith for this Mormon had become wholly experiential and subjective. He would not trust history or science. In fact, he could trust little else other than his perception of God’s personal revelation and the fact that his experience of this revelation is shared by the entire Mormon community. This sort of faith is, in my mind, not unlike to the sort of Christian faith held by many western believers. We believe in Jesus because he has revealed himself personally to us and when we worship together and read his Word we sense the Holy Spirit. These things are true. I know them and I feel them too. But there must be something else.
1-22-2007 · There is, for example, a clear line from Kant to Schleiermacher and then from Schleiermacher all the way up to Tillich and Bultmann. And of course from those two we get the Marcus Borgs and John Spongs of the world. Kant’s epistemological wall, reworked by Hegel and “baptized” by Schleiermacher is at the heart of liberal Protestantism.
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