A study of Anglicanism in Latin America, Australasia and the Pacific Rim shows how the Communion has proliferated and decentralised in the last 50 years.
In parts of Asia, Anglican churches have grown quickly, had deep influence in highly strategic parts of the world, and may well expand significantly in the future.
Before and at Lambeth 2020, Global North Anglicans need to listen hard and speak carefully about African Anglicanism. New research helps people do just that
There is a certain convenience in the assumption that decline is inevitable. Anglican disdain for church growth is ecclesiological palliative care.
New analysis offers clarity on the numerical fortunes of the Episcopal Church (TEC) in the USA in recent decades.
Is the Church of England dying? Is Anglicanism in much of the Global North on the way out? The answers to these questions are not simple.