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Bishops develop covenant model at special meeting in Kanuga

By James Solheim The Episcopal News Service – March 17, 1993 For the second year in a row, the bishops of the Episcopal Church gathered in the “sacred space” of the Kanuga Conference Center in the mountains of North Carolina … Continue reading

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Doing Theology in A Covenant Community

Craig B. Anderson An Address to the House of Bishops (II) March 1993 Kanuga, North Carolina Catch only what you’ve thrown yourself, all is mere skill and little gain; But when you’re suddenly the catcher of a ball thrown by … Continue reading

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A Glimpse into the Bishop’s Life

Alumni Horae – St. Paul’s School – Spring 1997 The following are some highlights of Bishop Anderson’s achievements: He was born in Los Angeles, California, and graduated from Valparaiso University with honors in English and History. He served for two … Continue reading

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Introduction – The Anglican – Fall/Winter 1993/94

Introduction By Bishop Craig Anderson The Anglican – Fall/Winter 1993/94 Calvin Coolidge once quipped, “If you don’t say anything, you won’t be called on to repeat it.” A good bit was said in the various lectures, sermons, and addresses given … Continue reading

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“In the wake of the quake”

April 2011 – Rector’s Ruminations Our prayers and support for Japan continue as our Japanese sisters and brothers struggle to cope with the largest disaster since the nuclear devastation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  The 9.0 earthquake off the country’s northeast … Continue reading

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Bishop Anderson gets Diocese moving, sees reservation needs

By Margaret Figert – Todd County Tribune – Vol.65, No. 48 Wednesday, September 4, 1985 WINNER – It’s 9:00 a.m. on a Monday morning at Sargent’s Café in Winner. The Rt. Rev. Craig B. Anderson, new Episcopal Bishop in South … Continue reading

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My birthday gift: On the Rails and about the Rails

March 2011 – Rector’s Ruminations As we depart the Sacramento station on the Coast Starlight, we pass a deserted Southern Pacific warehouse and a small wave of bittersweet nostalgia washes over me.  Bitter owing to my love of train travel … Continue reading

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Linking the Sciences – An interview with the AGI 50th Anniversary Symposium Keynote Speakers

by Janice O. Childress – Geotimes December 1998 The spectacular technological achievements of the 20th century have created new lifestyle and workplace opportunities, but they have created complex problems as well. Today’s workforce is learning to solve some of these … Continue reading

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Episcopal Schools Form Servant Leaders

By Craig B. Anderson The rhetoric of educational reform is all too familiar – calls for adequate school funding, concern over declining test scores, impending teacher shortages, growing grade inflation, the need for curriculum revision to address poor student performance, … Continue reading

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God and the Scandal of Christianity

Craig Barry Anderson Our meaning of God is never the same as our experience of God, much less God herself/himself.  Fundamentalism of any kind – biblical, theological, liturgical, and ecclesiological – makes a finite world equivalent to an infinite God. … Continue reading

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