Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Miscarriage, barrenness, and the sacrament of marriage in the Anglican Church of Canada

"If our church removes reference to procreation, those of us who suffer the disappointments of infertility are left without resurrection hope if we are rendered barren. If procreation has nothing to do with marriage, then barrenness is just barrenness, miscarriage just miscarriage, singleness just a prison, the impotent and disabled person just an object of horror. It then bears no relation to the cross."


Thursday, 19 May 2016

What is a Christian?

"What is Christianity?  What is it like to be a Christian?  What difference does it make whether I'm a Christian or not."

prodigal son


Monday, 9 May 2016

What is Heaven?

Why does heaven matter? What is heaven like? These are questions that we find pretty boring these days.


Thursday, 17 September 2015

The burden of self-righteousness

The social pressure to "apologize" is always intended to make the person submit and conform to the herd. Until that time, the public shaming will be relentless.
The burden of self-righteousness