An Episcopal priest talks liturgy, drinking habits, the Bible and more.
As soon as I came out, being a Southern Baptist minister wasn’t an option.
To obscure our engagement with Scripture doesn’t make us more attractive. It makes us seem . . . empty.
Is the church better off for having had to deal with questions that this secular age poses?
Stanley Hauerwas declined his scheduled lecture series after the controversy at the flagship seminary.
Recent tensions at General Theological Seminary reflect larger crisis in future of theology schools.
Katharine Jefferts Schori’s time as presiding bishop has been lauded by theological liberals and bemoaned by conservatives.
Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.
A faith community in Portland weaves music, visual arts, and poetry into a collaborative spiritual experience.
“Hurt people hurt people” — but LGBT people can recover from church-induced PTSD.
It’s easy to manipulate divisions within Christianity to benefit a career. It’s harder — and far better — to foster thoughtful conversations.