In Anglican Spirituality (ed. William Wolf), Harvey Guthrie gives an overview of some of the principal contours of what he understands Anglican spirituality to be.
Tag: personal spirituality
Thoughts on “open table” Communion in the Episcopal Church
“For seekers hoping to strengthen their relationship with God and feel God’s presence in their lives, inviting them (one and all) to participate in the Banquet of the Kingdom through experiencing God’s presence in Holy Communion is, in my view, a natural expression of Jesus’ message and invitation to the Kingdom.”
The “ideal” church among GenZ and Millennial Americans
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.
What I value from my traditionalist religious upbringing
“While I developed many unhealthy pathologies growing up in a conservative religious community, I also had many opportunities and experiences that I am incredibly grateful for.”
The importance of worship and liturgy in the modern world
Episode 4 of the Way of Love podcast from the Episcopal Church and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry was released this week. In it, Bishop Curry
Book Review: “Days of Awe and Wonder” by Marcus Borg [archive]
ORIGINALLY POSTED AT RATIONALFAITHS.COM ON JULY 6, 2017. Many Rational Faiths readers are likely already familiar with Marcus Borg. For those aren’t, I highly recommend getting to