For my Fall 2020 term paper in Anglican Theology and Ethics at Bexley-Seabury Seminary I wrote a descriptive overview that compared some of the key
And what of hell? In Living with Hope, an Advent devotional, John Polkinghorne argues that hell is real but that its true nature doesn’t match
“These passages teach that God’s acceptance, presence, love, and salvation are openly and freely given to all on a radically equal basis, no exceptions. While our social psychology makes it difficult (if not ultimately impossible) for us to do the same, it seems an ideal worth striving for with all our might as disciples of God.”
As everyone has different gifts and speaks a different spiritual “language,” the diversity of our religious options in America is a boon rather than a burden on our culture and society.
RE-BLOGGED FROM ORIGINAL POST AT EPISCOPALCAFE.COM ON JUNE 23, 2019. The Diario de Yucatán newspaper from Mérida, México recently reported: “Last week the [Roman Catholic] Archbishop of Yucatán,
ORIGINALLY POSTED AT RATIONALFAITHS.COM ON APRIL 22, 2018. This month I had the opportunity to visit Santiago, Guatemala as part of a study abroad trip. Santiago is