Tag: postmodernism

Saturday of Lent 3 – Mark 12:13-17

ShareMark 12:13-17 Here’s one that ought to keep your brains busy for a while: what is the proper relationship between the Church and the State?  Such things used to be self-evident.  Well, sort of.  At times Christians have been persecuted by the State and yet loyal subjects; the biggest advocates of State power; advocates of […]

March 4, 2016 | 0 Comments More

Monday Before Easter, Holy Week – John 14:1-14

ShareJohn 14:1-14 Many definitions have been given for postmodernism.  To some, it is the end of the Enlightenment project with its belief in never-ending progress based on man’s reason, or the end of a single, overarching “metanarrative” that encompasses all of reality, or the belief that there is no inherent meaning in the universe because […]

March 29, 2015 | 1 Comment More

Saturday of Lent 3 – Mark 12:13-17

Share Here’s one that ought to keep your brains busy for a while: what is the proper relationship between the Church and the State?  Such things used to be self-evident.  Well, sort of.  At times Christians have been persecuted by the State and yet loyal subjects; the biggest advocates of State power; advocates of the […]

March 29, 2014 | 1 Comment More

Monday Before Easter, 6th Sunday in Lent – John 14:1-14

ShareJohn 14:1-14 Many definitions have been given for postmodernism.  To some, it is the end of the Enlightenment project with its belief in never-ending progress based on man’s reason, or the end of a single, overarching “metanarrative” that encompasses all of reality, or the belief that there is no inherent meaning in the universe because […]

March 24, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Post-Anglican Anglicanism: Part I

SharePost-Anglican Anglicanism – Part I In my recent posts, I’ve been going through the main periods of Anglican history since the Reformation. Here’s the way I’ve divided things up: Act I.  1533-1867 – Erastian Reformed Catholicism Act II.  1867-1960s – Colonial Relationships; 4 Spiritualities ActIII.  1960s-1998 (or 2003) – the Anglican Communion Act IV.  1998 […]

August 16, 2012 | 4 Comments More

Saturday of Lent 3 – Mark 12:13-17

ShareMark 12:13-17 Here’s one that ought to keep your brains busy for a while: what is the proper relationship between the Church and the State?  Such things used to be self-evident.  Well, sort of.  At times Christians have been persecuted by the State and yet loyal subjects; the biggest advocates of State power; advocates of […]

March 16, 2012 | 0 Comments More