Cromwell, the Reformation, and Anglican Identity: A Review of “Thomas Cromwell” by Diarmaid MacCulloch — Tabletalk Theology

*This review was originally published over at The Englewood Review of Books. If you have a few minutes, please go check out some of their other reviews. Thomas Cromwell’s administrative prowess, enigmatic personality, and the striking nature of his rise and fall provide rich material for both fans of Hilary Mantel’s novels and aspiring historians […]

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Karl Barth, The Reformed Theologian Par Excellence: Christ Rather than the Confessions as the Canon — The Evangelical Calvinist

This might seem rather pedantic, like at the level of: who cares? But, apparently I do. Others do too, but only those ensconced in the confessional of so called Protestant Reformed orthodoxy; theological identity is important in these sectors. For me it’s mostly important as a matter of fact, rather than proving an identity [for […]

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Video Evensong 1.4.19, Elizabeth Seton, Founder of the American Sisters of Charity, 1821 — The Daily Office

Live Service Tonight, 9pm Eastern – Please Join Us Click here. Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father is in me; but if you do not, then believe me because of the works themselves. Behold, the dwelling of God is with humankind. He will dwell with them, and they shall be […]

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Morning Prayer 1.4.19, Elizabeth Seton, Founder of the American Sisters of Charity, 1821 — The Daily Office

I have a great affinity for the Sisters of Charity, I taught in one of thier schools for many years.  Some of the best years of my life.

Live Service at 9 a.m. Eastern Time – Please Join Us! For our 7 a.m. recorded service, click here. To pray with us live at 9 a.m., go here. So come, I will send you to Pharaoh to bring my people, the Israelites, out of Egypt. Behold, I bring you good news of a great […]

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The Church and Risk Assessments

Churches need a Chief Information Security “Officer” commonly called a CISO.  This is the person responsible for the risk assessments.  As privacy becomes more prominent in 2019, you will begin to experience the need for a CISO.  The risk assessment will be your key for defending your actions, should someone question why or why not […]

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