Swedish Full Communion

By Richard J. Mammana An important ecumenical outcome of this summer’s General Convention in Baltimore was ratification of a relationship of full communion with the Church of Sweden, a Lutheran body in conta... Read More...

Too Much Missing

The History of Christianity in Britain and Ireland From the First Century to the Twenty-First By Gerald Bray Apollos Press, pp. xx + 693, $83.99 Review by Zachary Guiliano Gerald Bray’s work sets out w... Read More...

A Geography of Two Cities: Augustine’s Hippo Regius

By Edward L. Smither In St. Augustine’s magisterial work, The City of God, he sought to make sense of the believer’s sojourn in a fallen world by presenting a paradigm of two cities: an “earthly” city made up of those who live “after the flesh,” and a “heav... Read More...

Ever Ancient, Ever New

Ancient Christianity: The Development of its Institutions and Practices By Angelo di Berardino ICCS Press, pp. 718. $89.95 Review by John Mason Lock As a young college student discovering the beauties of the catholic tradition, I bought a copy of a bo... Read More...

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...