Day: July 28, 2007

Accessibility to all

Canon Victoria Garvey of the Diocese of Chicago spoke with Episcopal Life Online earlier this week about the importance of accessibility when it comes to fulfilling the promise of “welcoming all.”

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Archbishop of Kaduna installed as a Six Preacher

The Most Rev. Josiah Idowu-Fearon, Anglican Archbishop of the Province of Kaduna and Bishop of Kaduna diocese, has been installed as a Six Preacher at Canterbury. Ordained in 1971, he became a bishop in 1990. He has a doctorate degree in Islamic studies, with special interest in Christian-Muslim relations.

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Mmmmm, religion

In the tradition of Saturday morning cartoons, we go from Harry to Homer. During the 18 years it’s been on the air, “The Simpsons” has become a true cultural phenomenon. But while the series’ brand of humor may not appeal to all people of faith, it may be one of the most interesting examinations of religion in pop culture today, tackling a host of complex theological issues….

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Eucharistic fellowship

Just as this Eucharistic action is the pattern of all Christian action, the sharing of this Bread the sign of the sharing of all bread, so this Fellowship is the germ of all society renewed in Christ.

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Africa and The Bible

Just a century ago, in all of Africa, there were merely ten million Christians. But, lest we assume the Bible is a novelty in Africa, we must remember that Africans have been engaging the Word of God in the Bible for millennia.

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