/July 2004 Articles

Faith of our Fathers

Arthur Middleton on The Priest Today It is difficult being a priest today where even in the Church the secular culture rather than the Gospel determines so much and because of the general decay of religion and a general ignorance [...]

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Karl Marks Disciples

Robbie Low on the strangest affair of Vatican II His name is emblazoned across the entrance of St Peter's, Rome. His heavily preserved body lies like a waxwork doll under a brightly lit altar by the South transept and is [...]

2017-09-25T11:58:57+00:00 July 2004 Articles|

Some mistake surely

The right of self-definition. I am who I say I am. It is an essential human right, and must be protected. No problem there. But is it quite as simple as current liberal theory supposes? Clearly not. Consider the following [...]

2017-09-25T11:52:01+00:00 July 2004 Articles|

Brothers in arms

Patrick Henry Reardon on the prototype of death NOT least among the ironies of the Bible is the fact that its very first family was also its first dysfunctional family. For one thing, the boys didn't get along. Fratricide is [...]

2017-09-25T11:47:16+00:00 July 2004 Articles|

Cutting the cloth

John Edmonson on foundation training and financial imperatives The 1970s was the decade in which the initial network of Regional Theological Courses was both developed and completed. But towards its end the principal driving force in that development had ceased [...]

2017-09-25T11:46:05+00:00 July 2004 Articles|

Heresy and Schism

by GK The Washington Times recently quoted Bishop Lee of Virginia about divisions in his diocese over the consecration of Gene Robinson. Heresy, said Lee, is to be preferred to schism. The Globe and Mail (Toronto) recently quoted Archbishop Hutchison [...]

2017-09-25T11:44:16+00:00 July 2004 Articles|

Devotional

Tony Gelston on Ember Days The Book of Common Prayer The Book of Common Prayer lists among the days of Fasting and Abstinence to be observed the Ember-days at the Four Seasons, being the Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday after the [...]

2017-09-25T11:43:39+00:00 July 2004 Articles|

All Together Now

Rowan Williams’ Doctrine of Radical Reconciliation By his own admission (for example, in his recent interview with Mary Ann Sieghart in The Times), Rowan Williams is not the easiest person to understand. Nor is he a systematic theologian. Neither of [...]

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