Monthly Archives: January 2012

Speaking Christian: Words in their Biblical Fullness

In a challenging sermon preached on January 29, 2012 at St. Paul in the Desert Episcopal Church in Palm Springs, retired Bishop of Chicago, the Rt. Rev. William D. Persell, reminded his listeners that the mainstream of the Episcopal / … Continue reading

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A Lenten Journey with “Speaking Christian: Why Christian Words Have Lost Their Meaning and Power and How They Can Be Restored” by Marcus Borg

Ben Griffiths is a graduate student in theology at Abilene Christian University in Texas. In a blog posting (Huffington Post, January 20, 2012) he defines, as clearly as anyone can, the “one Bible / two divergent views of God and … Continue reading

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Power and Politics Defeating the Gospel: Another Anglican Tragedy to Note

The arrival of 2012 is witness to another sad institutional situation in world Anglicanism that deserves our attention and our on-going prayers. Sadly, Anglicans in Zimbabwe are caught up in a situation which is resulting in bitter dispute and continuing … Continue reading

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