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Church is a difficult and challenging enterprise.
Kevin Miller’s third complaint about MM&B is that they have abandoned what he calls “the Great Tradition” in favour of making the message of the Gospel palatable to current culture.
Mr. Miller’s second critique of the evangelical culture that he argues has given rise to MM&B is that it is guilty of stressing “the religious born-again experience” over “received teaching”.
Kevin A. Miller is Associate Rector of Adult Formation at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, IL.
What we call winter in the part of the world where I live is a pretty mild affair compared to much of the world.
He calls himself a bishop of the Anglican Church. He is the International Ecumenical Officer of The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches.
Diana Butler Bass is a Christian historian and religious commentator. Four years ago, when Rowan Williams was still Archbishop of Canterbury, Butler Bass entered a debate over the identity of Anglicanism by commenting on a public exchange of letters between Williams and Katharine Jefferts Schori, the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States.
Worry comes when I fail to stay still in the present moment.
I come from a long line of worriers. Anxiety is hard-wired into the synapses of my brain.