A group of Anglican leaders who left the Episcopal Church have formed a new diocese in the South for “orthodox” Christians.
The Anglican Diocese of the South was formally recognized by the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) at the council’s meeting in Amesbury, Massachusetts this month.
I recently wrote an article (“When did God become a sports fan?”) that asked if athletes were trivializing faith by thanking God for their on-field success.
Then I watched the deciding game of the NBA Finals last night and I thought, hmm, maybe there is such a thing as divine intervention.
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Editor's Note: Jonathan Merritt is the author of Green Like God: Unlocking the Divine Plan for Our Planet. He blogs at www.jonathanmerritt.com.
By Jonathan Merritt, Special to CNN
What was your first response when you got news that a catastrophic explosion had caused a leak at a BP oil rig? Did you grab your wallet and bemoan the impending gas price spike? Or did you shrug your shoulders because you didn’t think it would affect you? The worst environmental crisis in our nation’s history has elicited a gamut of responses from Americans—especially Christian Americans.
Unfortunately, most of their responses have been wrong.
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