All posts by Steven Wedgeworth

The Rev. Steven Wedgeworth is the rector of Christ Church Anglican in South Bend, IN. He has been a pastor in several churches since 2008. He has taught humanities at Christian high schools, and he occasionally writes on theology, church history, and philosophy. Steven is married to Anna, and they have three children.

In Memoriam: Rev. Dr. Gregg Strawbridge

The Reverend Doctor Gregg Strawbridge died on January 26th, 2022 from a sudden heart attack. His death was entirely unexpected and has occasioned an outpouring of love and admiration from those who knew him and benefitted from his ministry. An...

/ January 31, 2022

Reasonable Service: What the PCA’s Latest Controversy Says about Its Understanding of Outreach, Evangelism, and Ethics

Earlier this month, members of the Presbyterian Church in America learned that one of their congregations had allowed a theatre production titled “Transluminate: A Celebration of Transgender, Agender, Non-Binary, Genderqueer and Genderfluid Artists” to be held at one of its...

/ March 16, 2020

A Review of the Missouri Presbytery’s Statement on “Homosexuality and the Gospel of Grace”

By Steven Wedgeworth The Presbyterian Church in America’s annual General Assembly is quickly approaching, and at least 8 of the overtures that have been submitted concern sexual identity and LGBT ministry in the church. There is also an overture to...

/ May 22, 2019

A Critical Review of Spiritual Friendship

By Steven Wedgeworth Later this summer a group of Christian writers will meet in St Louis for the Revoice Conference, an event that seeks to make a place for “gay, lesbian, same-sex attracted, and other LGBT Christians” in the conservative...

/ June 12, 2018
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Evangelicalism After Trump: Now is the time to escape from the GOP.

The second post in the Evangelicalism After Trump series comes from my friend Steven Wedgeworth. When I awoke Wednesday morning in Central Florida the sky was still dark and intermittent explosions of electricity filled the sky. Thunder boomed, as the...

/ May 6, 2016
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Should Evangelicals Hijack Black Lives Matter?

The recent discussion over InterVarsity’s Urbana conference and the Black Lives Matter movement has been becoming more and more lively. Jake Meador wrote an overview of the developments here, and in some ways this essay could be understood as a...

/ January 11, 2016