Following on from yesterday’s post about the dangers of overreliance on logic and Aristotelian philosophy as we do theology, here is a quotation I’ve found in Andrew Louth, 233 more words
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Read this awesome passage today and thought I’d share it:
“In the Son, the Father contemplates us from before all time, and is well pleased. It is in the Son that the Father can predestine and choose us to be his children, fellow children with the one, eternal Child, who, from the beginning of the world, intervenes as sponsor for his alienated creatures. 83 more words
The audio for this sermon is available on the Christ Church website, or you can read it here.
In 1939, Dorothy Sayers, a novelist, playwright, poet, and Christian humanist, published a pamphlet entitled “Strong Meat.” The odd title is based on the King James Version of Hebrews 5:14, in which the author admonishes his audience for being ready only for milk and not solid food. 1,371 more words
It is an impossible task. On the Sunday after Pentecost the church is asked to devote an entire service of worship to the topic of the Holy Trinity. 572 more words
Every few months, Episcopal priests on Facebook feel the need to get uppity about something. Recently, we’ve had a newfound interest in Prayer Book revision to get snarky about, but one perennial favorite is the topic of Trinity Sunday. 546 more words