I am a former "evangelical on the liturgical trail." I came to Anglicanism in the mid-1990s out of convictions developed from the self-study of church history and theology. My love for Anglicanism subsequently grew through taking seminary courses. While essentially evangelical, I also have a much appreciation for Anglo-Catholicism. I am married to the most wonderful wife that God could have given me, Sharon.
This blog looks at the Christian faith from a larger perspective: the purposes of God for you, me, the world, and the entire universe. We'll be looking particularly at pop culture signs of longing for the "good catastrophe" that has already occurred in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ but with ramifications that will be played out until the end of time.
"And may peace rain down from heaven / Like little pieces of the sky / Like the little keepers of the promise / Falling on these souls this draught has dried / In his blood and in his body / In this bread and in this wine / Peace to you / Peace of Christ to you" (from "Peace" by Rich Mullins)