Will Liturgy Be Enough? Part 2

By David Barr In a previous post I suggested that fostering relationally satisfying Christian communities should be of primary importance for those of us in the Anglican tradition. As people come into our pa... Read More...

The Grammar of Communion

The following essay is excerpted from a chapter in When Churches in Communion Disagree, ed. Robert Heaney, Christopher Wells, and Pierre Whalon (Living Church Books, forthcoming this spring).  By Katherine S... Read More...

Visible Communion between Churches

The following essay is excerpted from a chapter in When Churches in Communion Disagree, ed. Robert Heaney, Christopher Wells, and Pierre Whalon (Living Church Books, forthcoming this spring). By Jeremy Worth... Read More...

The Cross and Faithful Skepticism

By Ian Olson It is unfortunate that Thomas is commonly remembered as “Doubting Thomas,” as though skepticism were his defining characteristic. But skepticism was not a defect to be overcome for this apostle.... Read More...

Lambeth 2022 and African Anglicanism

By David Goodhew There are around 100 million Anglicans. And two in every three Anglicans worldwide are African. So, as the Anglican Communion attempts to gather at the 2022 Lambeth Conference, the characte... Read More...

A Broader Anglican Ecology

The following essay is excerpted from a chapter in “God Wills Fellowship”: Lambeth Conference 1920 and the Ecumenical Vocation of Anglicanism, ed. Christopher Wells and Jeremy Worthen (Living Church Books, fort... Read More...

“Follow the Science”? Yes and No

One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is theology and science. We have invited authors to reflect on what they hope the bishops will take to heart and keep in mind regarding this theme as they ... Read More...