Lessons from Our History

By Hannah Matis It is sometimes said of the Episcopal Church that its darkest hour was its first. The eldest province in the Anglican Communion beyond the British Isles, the church in the American colonies r... Read More...

Behind the Scenes of Crown and Mitre

Faithful Witness: The Confidential Diaries of Alan Don, Chaplain to the King, the Archbishop and the Speaker, 1931-1946. Edited by Robert Beaken with a Foreword by Justin Welby. London: SPCK 2020. Pp. xxii +... Read More...

Counterfactual History and the Reformation

By Hannah Matis Give anyone a time machine and a soupçon of conscience, and an ethical and moral dilemma will, predictably, present itself in due course: for example, let’s kill Hitler! This is, in fact, the premise of a Doctor Who episode from some years a... Read More...

True Religion in a Modern World

The Spirit of Early Evangelicalism: True Religion in a Modern World. By D. Bruce Hindmarsh Oxford University Press. Pp. 376 $38.95 Review by Gareth Atkins Among historians of evangelicalism it has long... Read More...

Socialism for Tractarians and Ritualists

By Zachary Guiliano Recently, I found myself delighted and slightly disgruntled by the appearance of an essay by Tony Hunt, “To the Sources: A Study in Anglican Socialism.” The reasons for my delight may be ... Read More...

Shame and Glory of the Evangelicals

By Peter C. Schellhase Evangelical Anglicanism has among its heroes those who took a courageous stand against social injustice. These include William Wilberforce, the English MP who devoted much of his political career to ending the slave trade. Wilberforce... Read More...