Philip Turner reflects on the possibility that the Anglican Communion is on the verge of a breakdown in light of the conclusion of the Meeting of the Primates in Dublin.
The blog Creedal Christian discusses the relation between Koinonia (fellowship) and unity in faith and practice, and the importance of the latter to achieve the former.
Over at First Things, Elizabeth Scalia writes about open communion from a Catholic perspective.
Bernard Nathanson, the one-time abortionist (he claimed to be responsible for over 75,000 abortions) before becoming a pro-life activist and convert to Catholicism, died Monday. Read about his Saul to Paul conversion story here.
Over at Christianity Today, Chuck Colson argues Christians need a doctrinal “boot camp” to get them up to speed with basic Christian beliefs.