Monthly Archives: August 2017

Responsible Engagement in a Reactive Age

Over a week ago, I tweeted on acting and thinking well in a fraught political context. Twitter is a limiting medium for extended trains of thought, so, in response to a request and for the sake of a broader readership, … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Ethics, In the News, Politics, Society | 24 Comments

A Remark on Creedally-Defined Orthodoxy

The question of the definition of orthodoxy has been a live one, since James K.A. Smith posted on the subject in relation to debates surrounding sexuality. The following is a remark on the question of ‘orthodoxy’ as defined creedally. For … Continue reading

Posted in Church History, Controversies, Ethics, Scripture, Sex and Sexuality, The Church, Theological | 24 Comments