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Church is a difficult and challenging enterprise.

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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.

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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”.

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Kevin A. Miller is Associate Rector of Adult Formation at Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, IL.

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What we call winter in the part of the world where I live is a pretty mild affair compared to much of the world.

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He calls himself a bishop of the Anglican Church. He is the International Ecumenical Officer of The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches.

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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.

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Worry comes when I fail to stay still in the present moment.

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I recently received a quote from the book The Magnetic North by Sarah Wheeler that contains a moving encouragement to sit lightly to worry-mind.

I come from a long line of worriers. Anxiety is hard-wired into the synapses of my brain.

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