If Christianity was one big high school lunchroom, Episcopalians would be the awesome nerdfighters at the table in the corner, passionately debating all aspects of their faith with one another.and more seriously,
I acknowledge that Christianity is often countermanded and corrupted for heinous and spiteful things. But I refuse to accept that as the status quo. At the end of the day, I’m a Christian because faith, and our openness to God and to one another, make us stronger and more willing to engage the world as it unfolds and changes around us.
And that’s the best any of us can hope for Christianity in America; the conversation continues, we continue to have faith and we keep our heads and hearts equally open to one another and our needs and beliefs.Amen.