Splendor

When faced with such inexplicable splendor, any Christian must stop and ask, “What is this about? Why did someone take such trouble, go to such expense and make such sacrifices to create a temple such as this?” The simple Protestant may well protest and say, “But this is money that could be spent on the [Read More...]

Beauty and Liberation

“If we let Christ into our lives, we lose nothing, nothing, absolutely nothing of what makes life free, beautiful and great. No! Only in this friendship are the doors of life opened wide. Only in this friendship is the great potential of human existence truly revealed. Only in this friendship do we experience beatuty and [Read More...]

The Day I Met Mother Teresa

My friend James had been brought up in India, so when he asked me in 1985 if I wanted to go to India with him for three weeks I jumped. We went on the tourist trail in Northern India, and wound up in Calcutta. James and I had taken a collection in England for Mother [Read More...]

Evangelicals and Anglicans

I have, from time to time, been critical of Evangelical Protestants and Anglicans. I don’t apologize for this. I think it’s okay to criticize as long as you try honestly to see your own faults, and accept the criticism of others with good humor. However, I also want to record the good stuff I received [Read More...]

BBC on the African-Anglican Consecrations

The BBC is supposed to be one of the world’s finest news organizations, priding itself in objective, balanced and fair reporting. Check out this article on the recent Anglican/ECUSA episcopal consecrations in Africa to see how biased the BBC’s reporting is. This article is typical. Having lived in England for 25 years, I can testify [Read More...]

It’s a Mystery

An Evangelical friend of mine we’ll call Tom, was engaging me in debate some time ago, and whenever he raised an argument he thought particularly convincing he would ask me to explain and add, “But maybe it’s just a mystery.” So, for example, he’d say, “Tell me Dwight, how do you explain the use of [Read More...]


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