I want to suggest three words to inform the way in which Christians consider Israel’s birthday: light, fulfillment, and firstfruits. Read more

What are Christians to think when even the Pope seems to question age-old convictions about marriage and divorce? Read more

The liturgy was the ancient prayer of the church. Worshipers thought of it as a journey or procession, picking up each Lord’s Day to resume their journey out of the world and into the Kingdom of God—into the fourth dimension, if you will. Read more

When we are challenged by the notion of Anglicanism being a relatively recent phenomenon, occasioned by a crazy king, we need to remind ourselves that this beautiful Anglican way of adoration began long before the sixteenth century. Read more

Anglicanism is a via media between Catholicism and Protestantism while not being forever hostile to either. Read more

This is the first in a series of blogposts that will introduce the reader to the Anglican tradition at a deeper level of the tradition. Read more

Holy Saturday is one of those great mysteries that the early church pondered. Read more

A new book by Phil Ashey proposes a solution to the heresy and division of the Anglican Communion. Read more

Can an Anglican be a Zionist? Most of us think the answer is no, because when we think of Christian Zionism, we think of fundamentalist dispensationalists with crazy eschatologies. The term calls to mind date-setting, a rapture theology that suggests that Christians will not suffer, and the refusal to entertain criticism of the state of Israel. Most Anglicans have problems with all of these presumptions. Click here to see why, and the rest of this article. Read more

The Witherspoon Institute at Princeton University is sponsoring a five-day seminar in July (22-28) that will examine the relationship between religion and politics in the period of the American Revolution, founding, and early republic. Open to untenured faculty and post-doctoral scholars in history, political theory, law, and religion, the seminar will explore primary sources at the intersection of church and state—charters, constitutions, and legal texts, as well as sermons, pamphlets, essays, speeches, debates, and religious texts. Topics will range from… Read more

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