[Religion News Service â Washington, D.C.] Twenty-five top Christian leaders gathered in the U.S. city with perhaps the worst reputation for civil discourse May 15 and committed themselves to elevating the level of public conversation.
Meeting in a row house three blocks from the U.S. Capitol, the group spanned the[…]
[Lambeth Palace] Two days before the Feast of Pentecost, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said the Holy Spirit âgives us a love for the world around us, and the capacity to both speak and act in a way that is revolutionaryâ.
In a short film (available here) produced by Lambeth[…]
[Episcopal Public Policy Network] “A few years ago, government authorities in Turkmenistan persecuted a woman and her son because they had converted to Christianity. The son was tortured to death. The woman was twice detained and tortured. She fled to the United States, where, suffering from panic attacks and depression,[…]
I donât know about whether the impulse was national in scope, but Fatherâs Day was taken seriously in our communities. After our Council of Churchesâ Baccalaurate service one proud father expressed his joy over his daughterâs plan to stay close to home for awhile. We fathers love our children and...
This spring season has brought many natural disasters (due in part to global climate change?), but not the cataclysmic judgment day predicted by some âtrue believers heard ad nauseam on public radio. We (not God) may someday become responsible for the worldâs destruction at which time God (not we) will...