Day: July 23, 2007

Bearing the Light

Bearing the Light These illumined figures are part of my newest series, “Bearing Light”. They incorporate raw linen, which is distressed and then applied to

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‘More Cake, Vicar?’

On the lighter side of the news that’s breaking today, an article about a novel way of fund-raising to support mission work in the developing world was published in Christianity Today.

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Anglicanism and Globalization

Christopher Sugden writing in the Evangelicals Now August 2007 edition has some thoughts on the effect that a rising tide of globalization will have on Anglicanism.

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Mary Magdelene

Having said all this, Mary became silent, for it was in silence that the Teacher spoke to her. Then Andrew began to speak, and said to his brothers: “Tell me, what do you think of these things she has been telling us? As for me, I do not believe that the Teacher would speak like this. These ideas are too different from those we have known.”

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Pressure tactics from
the Akinola axis

By the time the Peter Akinola and his allies are finished using Episcopal ordinations as a political gesture, the breakaway movement in the United States may have the lowest bishop-to-parishioner ratio in Christendom.

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