By Jeremy Bonner and David Goodhew This article is an update of our earlier post, “The Growth of the Anglican Church in North America.” The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) grew markedly in the yea... Read More...
By Pierre Whalon President Emmanuel Macron of France, in a speech on March 12, 2020, described what he thinks needs to happen after the epidemic is over : We will have to learn the lessons of the moment we are going through, to question the development mo... Read More...
If religion continues to church-it-up in pretense and inside baseball, we become like Gilbert and Sullivan operettas: great good stuff, beloved by an ever-shrinking, self-congratulating group of lovely people.
Decline is profound in many places, but there are heartening areas of vitality and new life.
My church has entered a period of decline, even stripping, in which its social position is eroding, its institutions are collapsing, and its common life lies in tatters.
Ordinands are being set up for real struggle, if we continue to ordain more clergy than the church can responsibly support.
The Episcopal Church has an impending leadership and experience vacuum.