N.T. Wright leads off today’s Round-up with a long essay in Spectator magazine arguing for the enduring power of the Christian faith and Anglicanism in particular. Wright discusses the ways in which the church demonstrates the Lordship of Christ through charitable acts within our communities — that no matter how divided we are, believers still demonstrate love to the world. He also says “gay vicars” and “happy clappies” in one fun-filled sentence.
Russell Prejeant offers a brief article on our tendencies to read the Bible the wrong way, and offers solutions to help us with our everyday Bible reading.
Daniel Darling offers this advice: “Don’t neglect the Holy Spirit in your parenting.” Darling discusses the trials of tribulations of parenting a child in the throes of rebellion. In his case, the rebellious child was only 3 years old.
Robin G Jordan has returned with another post on the ACNA ordinal (the new liturgical guidebook that orders our worship). This time, Jordan offers an alternative ordinal that he thinks is more biblical and orthodox.