The ecclesial ethics of moving furniture

Too often, conservatives destroy. When conservatives destroy, it’s most often when they seek to liberate illiberally. Perhaps you’re a witness. The new leader arrives, eyes filled with passion, and head filled with thoughts about the struggles of the surrounding world and how they threaten the institution he’s called to lead. Perhaps it’s a school or … Continue Reading

Correcting our Vision

Craig Uffman argues that sexual ethics is not about choice, but about vision.

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Ecclesiology as Social Ethics: Calvin on the Church, Discipline and the Advocates of Schism

co-published with Covenant [click to read part i, part ii, part iii] In Models of Communion: Performing Our Anglican Identity I challenged the claims of teachers who counsel abandonment of Canterbury and suggest that the fracture of our global Communion is a cost we must bear in order to separate from false teachings on matters … Continue Reading

Ecclesiology as Social Ethics: Paul, Corinth and the Practice of Holy Discipline

Ecclesiology as Social Ethics: Paul, Corinth and the Practice of Holy Discipline by Craig Uffman co-published with Covenant [click to read part i and part ii – part iv will be published later] In Models of Communion: Performing Our Anglican Identity, I raised concerns with claims of those who rationalize abandonment of Canterbury and the … Continue Reading