In the past, the Episcopal Church was not, and even now is not, what American taste particularly liked.
For the sake of mission, we need to rediscover the gospel that the BCP empowers us to pray.
We don't need prayer book revision in the church; we need prayer book recovery.
The 1979 prayer book needs refinement, not radical revision.
A few Lent book suggestions from authors at Covenant.
The lesson of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which shocked the world into a consciousness of its peril, has largely been overlaid with time and forgotten
Rob MacSwain and Richard Mammana discuss Austin Farrer, Scripture, and academic and priestly vocation.
Either the Episcopal Church is fundamentally distrustful of, and impervious to, anything remotely approaching an evangelistic appeal and awakening; or else we have heretofore gone about such an awakening in the wrong way.