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Before he ditched his blog “The Dish”, Andrew Sullivan posted a quote and a comment that offers a fascinating suggestion about one of the forces that has profoundly shaped North American Christianity in the past fifty years.
I have a feeling there may be a few things my generation does not fully understand these days.
Here are two more changes I see in the prevailing western culture to which the church may be well served to pay attention.
He recently retired from many years in a prominent leadership position in a venerable institution. We are having coffee discussing how he feels about retiring.
Why do I resist change?
Noted communicator and Christian media star Rob Bell is on the move with his “Everything Is Spiritual” tour.
I spent 5 hours yesterday with 50 Anglicans from the Victoria area discussing our emerging Diocesan Vision in preparation for Synod on 12 September.
I may not like it. I may resist it. I may fight against it. I may get angry and grumpy. But nothing I do can change the reality that the forms in which my life manifest are constantly changing.
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“I hate this.” “This is totally unacceptable.” “This has to change.” “I can’t stand this.”
The Montreal Gazette reported on Saturday that the Anglican Church of Canada in Quebec is experiencing difficult times. Read the rest of this entry »