March 25, 2017
Hail what’s legitimate about Caesar: Duties of a Christian citizen, Part 3

Hail what’s legitimate about Caesar: Duties of a Christian citizen, Part 3

Last time, in this space, we mentioned that, for Paul, as for Jesus, the state has real authority (a word rooted in the idea that […]

Simcha Fisher: Six sermons I could do without

Simcha Fisher: Six sermons I could do without

In Giovanni Guareschi’s celebrated series of stories about a faithful but very human priest, the beleaguered Don Camillo once pitifully prays to Christ to help him blow […]

Monica Doumit: Coopers boycott was a violent assault on civility and difference

Monica Doumit: Coopers boycott was a violent assault on civility and difference

Just after Harry Potter is told that he is a wizard with great power because he did not die at the hands of Lord Voldemort, […]

A way through the fog: Tracey Rowland recovers the ‘both/and’ approach in Catholic Theology

A way through the fog: Tracey Rowland recovers the ‘both/and’ approach in Catholic Theology

Catholic Theology is the latest in Bloomsbury’s series that introduces the theological traditions of the major Christian churches – Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Reformed and, […]

Servants of one truth: Deacon scientist says it’s a myth that science and faith can’t mix

Servants of one truth: Deacon scientist says it’s a myth that science and faith can’t mix

Ask your average millennial about the Church and Science and you’re likely to get an overwhelmingly negative response: “The Church is archaic and medieval but […]

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