Category Archives: anglicanism

Sex, Colonialism, and Anglicanism: the ethics of mourning.

When I have time, I enjoy reading the New York Times online with my morning breakfast.  As I opened the “world” section of the paper, I noticed a headline and read the article at once:  “Same-Sex Couple Stirs Fears of … Continue reading

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Foreign in a Domestic Sense

Two days ago, I went to a food bank for the first time in my life. I was so new I hadn’t even considered that there might be a line. There was, and since I arrived right when it opened, … Continue reading

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Scripture, Sinners, and the Fractured Anglican Church

I have spoken, frequently, of the sinful nature of the church and Christianity. I have posted a Barth quote on a few occasions: The “sum total of even the Christian religion is simply this, that it is idolatry and self-righteousness, … Continue reading

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The True Standard Religious Game

I kept looking out my window at the buildings instead of watching the cars in front of me. A new town. I had never heard of it until I was asked to come out there for my interview. Driving through … Continue reading

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