Dogma as Drama – Thank You, Dorothy Sayers

In Letters to a Post-Christian World, Dorothy L. Sayers (1893-1957; author, playwright, critic, poet) includes a number of essays on Christian orthodoxy and speaks to the value of dogma and the related determination to hold to right beliefs.  These essays make

Creeds, Orthodoxy, and What is Required of United Methodists

A number of my blogging friends (here, here here, and here)  have been posting about the importance and value of the creeds (mainly Apostles and Nicene) for Christian belief and practice.  They also have engaged in debate about whether John Wesley’s

Unavoidable Orthodoxy

“Orthodox” or “orthodoxy,” used not in reference to church bodies often known as “Eastern” Orthodox, but in the more formal sense of “adhering to right beliefs,” has been much on my mind lately.  Today, I posted on my Facebook timeline

Methods: More than Sharing Stories and Naming Sources

In a couple of different ways and places, lately, I’ve expressed an opinion about what is wrong with current United Methodist debates and what is needed.  My recent post about labels shared a personal experience illustrating the frustration of having

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