A Good Story: Narrative as Theodicy

Posted on August 6, 2020
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“If God, why evil?” When men first announced the death of God these four, short, stabbing, syllables were thought to be the nails in the Creator’s coffin. This riddle may not have been the instrumental cause of his death, but it was certainly thought that it would prevent any future resurrection on his part. Unfortunately…

An Anglican Spider Bite: My Journey into the Anglican Way

Posted on August 22, 2017
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An Anglican Spider Bite My Anglican journey began in a class about the theology of the early Church—specifically, with a particular article. Before we read J.N.D. Kelly’s Early Christian Doctrines, our professor wanted us to read a short biographical essay on him by H.E.J. Cowdrey. Now, Kelly himself entered Oxford as a Presbyterian. However, according…

My Anglican Journey – by Sunita Theiss

Posted on February 2, 2017
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The best way to describe my journey to Anglicanism is to say that I stumbled into it. But before I get to the Anglican part, I have to talk about my journey to becoming a Christian. My Christian Journey I grew up in an Indian Hindu family, and my first experience attending church was in…