Be sure to check out John Pryor’s take on the relationship between God, art, and culture in a provocative piece entitled “Without God There Is No Art.”
The Rt. Rev. John Rodgers, an AMiA bishop in the Church of Rwanda, has a long essay on VirtueOnline arguing for a male-only priesthood. The ordination of women to the priesthood is a secondary issue that has caused disagreement between many of the African Anglican churches and their Western counterparts. Let us hope it remains secondary and not divisive.
The Gospel Coalition presents a video-interview with Wheaton College president Philip Ryken, who reflects on the relationship between academia and the pastoral office.
The blog Anglican Down Under reflects on the similarities between the Arian controversy in the 4th century and the current struggles in the Anglican church, looking at Rowan Williams’ leadership and theology, the Anglican Covenant, and the relationship between reason and revelation.
Over at First Things, Gabriel Torretta provides a thoughtful theological review on the hyper-violent samurai movie “Thirteen Assassins.”