By Ephraim Radner Along with the many, mostly amateur, explorers who have been after the remains of Noah’s ark, I too have been searching for it over many years. In my case, it is not archaeology — a fool’s ... Read More...
By Christopher Wells I come to the conclusion of my series on the visibility and invisibility of the Church (part 1, part 2, part 3). How to draw things together? Let me propose three, programmatic points th... Read More...
Hooker bequeaths to Anglicans, even outside England, a set of questions that remain unavoidable.
Whatever we may prefer to call it — communion, fellowship, community — it is difficult work. Let’s be honest about that.
Is there some way to sort out these varying approaches, perhaps as a contribution to the healing of divisions among Episcopalians and Anglicans more broadly, thence perhaps as a service to the one Church of Christ?
Why then do I stay in the declining, once-mainline, Episcopal Church?
In honor of William Reed Huntington’s commemoration, a reflection on his contribution to Anglicanism’s generous orthodoxy in the Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral.
Josiah Idowu-Fearon: “As we give thanks for all the blessings of the Reformation, we are also called to repentance.”