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News, commentary, reviews, and theology in and for the Anglican Communion: the Living Church magazine, the Covenant blog. Sponsor of God and Comics podcast.
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The Living Church 3h
In the cover essay of the Oct. 7 TLC, scholar Wilfred M. McClay writes about the vocation of teaching.
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The Living Church 4h
Women from Mississippi, North Carolina, and Virginia are nominees to become the fourth Bishop of West Tennessee.
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The Living Church 5h
The Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem has appointed an American priest as his chaplain and a British priest as dean of St. George’s College.
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The Living Church 5h
Anyone looking to see how much American society has changed in the last few decades need look no further than the American family.
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The Living Church 15h
Fr. Sam Keyes: "It is a horrible, perverted, unjust Church that we see these days on all sides … but I’m reminded of an axiomatic pair of assertions Sam Wells once gave in a sermon at Duke: No Church without Jesus; no Jesus without the Church."
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The Living Church Sep 20
Appointments and ordinations in the Episcopal Church ¶
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The Living Church Sep 20
Leaders’ letter says internally displaced people must not be forgotten or ignored.
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The Living Church Sep 20
Daniel Perett: "William Greenway offers a moving reflection on the devotion that we ought to embrace toward all creatures, a devotion simultaneously idealistic and realistic, that encounters both joy and sorrow as it lives with grace in a fallen world."
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The Living Church Sep 20
The Rev. Dr. Zachary Guiliano: "The Communion will have to find some way forward that addresses human sexuality and increasingly divergent doctrine and discipline. This FAQ surfaces six key principles for TEC and the Communion at large."
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The Living Church Sep 20
Hannah Bowman: "Abolitionists take Jesus at his word … we believe that when he proclaims freedom for the prisoners, that really calls us to set the prisoners free."
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The Living Church Sep 19
"The gypsum relief is over seven feet tall, and it once adorned the walls of the Northwest Palace of King Ashurnasirpal II at Nimrud in what is now Iraq."
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The Living Church Sep 19
Daily Devotional: In Jesus, God’s promise to bring all nations to himself through Abram is coming to fruition. We’re part of this story, too.
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The Living Church Sep 19
Fr. Caleb Roberts on the link between holiness, discipline, and political action. "A recovery of ascetical practice may be one of the few ways that we can recover the religious ground for political resistance."
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The Living Church Sep 18
Bishop Adrian Newman blesses the Elsdale II, home to St. Columba East London.
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The Living Church Sep 18
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry disappointed by 30,000 ceiling on refugee admissions.
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The Living Church Sep 18
“We are subject not only to biological laws but also to moral ones, which cannot be violated with impunity.”
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The Living Church Sep 18
The Revs. Francis Dechaplain and Joey Royal: "We see two ditches that Christians must avoid if we are to keep the conversation about suicide on a straight, gospel-focused path."
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The Living Church Sep 17
Sunday’s Readings: “How good and pleasant it is,” death says, “when brothers and sisters live together with bitter envy and selfish ambition.”
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The Living Church Sep 17
Essays address issues such as inequality, violence, corruption, and Christian responsibility in political life.
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The Living Church Sep 17
Bishops in the Carolinas: “Our hearts go out to those who are suffering and to the grieving families who have lost loved ones.”
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