Toward an Ethics of Consequences

Column by Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Frantz on August, 24 2023

the term ethical grace emphasizes the importance of the choices we make in our lives every day to support the goodness of life on earth. Every day, we make choices that matter.

All Hands on Deck

Column by Rev. Roger Wolsey on August, 10 2023

Folks, this is serious stuff. In fact, managing human-aggravated global warming and climate change is the single most important moral matter of our generation.

Earth, Air, Fire, Water in Struggle with the Evils of our Times

Column by Rev. Dr. Matthew Fox on November, 2 2017

Last night I returned from a conference in Jamaica about Men and Masculinity—they are dealing with a veritable epidemic of violence among young men and killings of men by men. Not unlike El Salvador and many other places around the globe.

Here at home we have our own violence, much of it also spawned by reptilian brain action/reaction responses, efforts of striving to be “number one” at all costs, buttressed by sins of greed and denial and of patriarchy gone berserk.

What can we do about a preacher in our state whose website is “” and who is constantly harassing churches that …

Answered by Rev. Roger Wolsey

Facing Hard Choices in the 21st Century. It’s Either Hogs or Hines!

Column by Bishop John Shelby Spong on January, 12 2011

In the last half of the 19th century a country doctor named Edgar Hines lived with his family that included two sons, Edgar jr. and John Elbridge …