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What if clergy were like professional athletes?

My friend the Rev’d and the Honorable Tim Schenck (we are both on the Board of Governors of Episcopal Life, so I proposed at the last meeting that we should style ourselves like any...

New life

I’ve just had to add a blog to my list of blogging friends in Rhode Island. My list is longer, but I had omitted blogs that hadn’t been active in a while. Then, just...

An Archbishop of Canterbury tale

Ruth Gledhill has posted a modern take on an ancient epic: Heere Bigynneth the Tale of the Asse-Hatte. An Archbishop of Canterbury Tale With apologies to Geoffrey Chaucer 1 Whan in Februar, withe hise...

Practicing what we preach at Lambeth

Next summer, lots of Anglican bishops will converge on Canterbury for the confusingly-named Lambeth Conference. Of course, a few bishops will absent themselves, believing that that reconciliation can only happen if people don’t talk...

You get what you preach for

Are you a preacher? What do you seek in your preaching? Are you a listener? What do you wish your preacher said? This post says, “You get what you preach for.” When you preach...

Social networks in the Bible, graphed

Chris Harrison has produced some remarkably beautiful and information-rich graphics to illustrate social relationships in the Bible. You can read more on his website. (Via Boing Boing, via kottke).

What Christians care about…

This blog, one of my favorites, reports that more people were interested in the sex/marriage cartoon than in any other. There’s not really much to say, except to note that the Bible hardly mentions...

First post

Ah, where to start with a new blog? Dive right into some saucy controversy? Ramble on about myself? I’ll choose neither one. Check out the “About” page to learn more about what’s coming. For...