Monthly Archives: October 2010

David Adams Richards: God Is: My Search for Faith in a Secular World

Canadian author David Adams Richards has written The Friends of Meager Fortune, Mercy Among the Children and The Lost Highway among other novels, and non-fiction pieces such as Hockey Dreams and Lines on the Water. His reflection, God Is: My … Continue reading

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May Synod: Our Annual Community Gathering

Synod 2011 may be a few months off yet, but for the Synod Planning and Agenda Committee and Synod Office staff, our annual May gathering is never far from thought. The past two years have seen significant departures from the … Continue reading

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…And Also With You: Anglicans in Blog Land

Australian theologian and blogger Benjamin Myers (School of Theology, Charles Sturt University, New South Wales) reminds us that “since Plato’s Phaedrus, we’ve contemplated the effects of new technology on our way of being-in-the world”.  With that long historical perspective in … Continue reading

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What is ‘Big Tent’ Christianity and Why Should it Matter to Us?

The inability to live with one another in a ‘big tent’ in spite of our theological and cultural differences is antithetical to the very Gospel we espouse and hobbles the work of the Holy Spirit. Continue reading

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