Lambeth in Retrospect: Part Two

From Archbishop Justin to Today This two-part essay surveys developments in the Anglican Communion from the 2008 Lambeth Conference to this Summer’s 2022 Lambeth Conference. Part One covered the developments u... Read More...

Lambeth in Retrospect: Part One

From Archbishop Rowan to Archbishop Justin By Andrew Goddard The Lambeth Conference will gather in late July for the first time in 14 years, a gap between Conferences second only to the one between 1930 and... Read More...

Leaving and Cleaving: Purity and Power

By Amber D. Noel As a Pentecostal-turned-Anglican, with some traditions in between, I’m someone who has lived in many church worlds, and I enjoy building bridges across contexts. But working in an Episcopal context, confirmed in a PEARUSA congregation, and ... Read More...

Concerning Asymmetry

By George Sumner Churches perennially need to maintain boundaries and guardrails for the faith. From the time of the New Testament, with the threat of Gnosticism, there has been an awareness that some belief... Read More...

The Elusively Unitary Church

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?

Against Anglican Myopia: GAFCON, Canterbury, and Lambeth

Anglicanism is good, but it is not ultimate, only provisional. Only Jesus Christ is ultimate, and one day, even if only on the Last Day, all denominational identities will give way to the creedal and confessed one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church.

A Reflection on GAFCON III and ACNA

GAFCON's choice of the archbishop of ACNA as chair of their Primates’ Council forces us here in North America to reckon with these developments.