Going Deeper: Growing in Faith and Knowledge Archives: January 2019

The Rev. Dr. William Rich
January 31, 2019
After Jesus himself, no single figure did more to shape Christian faith than St. Paul.  Many people – whether Christian or not – find Paul hard to stomach.  Some associate him with abhorrent attitudes towards women and gay folks, while others find his words strident and even arrogant.      Read More >
The Rev. Patrick Ward
January 24, 2019
If my Facebook news feed is to be trusted, many people are not sleeping so well these days. It’s not so much the topics of conversation – the unending government shutdown, Covington Catholic’s viral moment, colds and the flu – as it is the time stamps of the postings.Read More >
The Rev. Rainey Dankel
January 17, 2019
Last April, we held a service to commemorate the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on the 50th anniversary of his martyrdom.  As part of that service, we heard excerpts from two of Dr. King’s works, a sermon on “Love Your Enemies,” and “A Letter from Birmingham Jail.”Read More >
The Rev. Dr. William Rich
January 10, 2019
On Monday, we were all bursting with excitement about the call of Morgan Allen to be Trinity’s next Rector.  I was seeing spiritual directees in NYC, and when I told one – a faithful Episcopalian – the great news, she asked: “How long did the process take?”  Nineteen months, I replied.  “Ah,” sheRead More >