During the 5th Century Christianity was wracked by a theological crisis. A monk from Britain named Pelagius was teaching that original sin did not taint human nature and that humans have the free will to achieve human perfection without divine grace. Pelagius reasoned that God could not command believers to do the impossible, and therefore … Read More

The great Christian philosopher and theologian, Dallas Willard, once wrote that every compelling and coherent worldview must address four questions: What is reality? What is the good life? What is a good person? How does one become a good person? Christianity, including the Anglican way of following Jesus, has answers to these questions.  Reality is the … Read More

One of the most powerful scriptures that arrests me is Jesus’ proclamation about his Church: “When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, Jesus asked his disciples, ‘Who do people say the Son of Man is?’  After sharing what some of the people were saying, Jesus then asked his disciples directly, ‘But what about … Read More