For the Beauty of the Earth

Hope and the Aesthetics of Ecology  One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is ecology. We have invited authors to reflect on what they hope the bishops will take to heart and keep in mind regar... Read More...

The Road To Emmaus

An Ecotheological reading One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is ecology. We have invited authors to reflect on what they hope the bishops will take to heart and keep in mind regarding this ... Read More...

El Camino de Emaús

Una lectura eco-teo-lógica Uno de los temas de la Lambeth Conference de este verano es la ecología. Hemos invitado a los autores a reflexionar sobre lo que esperan que los obispos tomen en serio y tengan en cuenta con respecto a este tema cuando se reúnan. ... Read More...

The Great Burning

The Necessity of Reconciliation Between the Church and Indigenous Communities for Ecological and Relational Healing One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is ecology. We have invited authors to... Read More...

The Currents of Colonialism

Climate Colonialism and the Anglican Communion One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is ecology. We have invited authors to reflect on what they hope the bishops will take to heart and keep in... Read More...

Is Anglicanism Growing or Dying? New Data

By David Goodhew The membership of the Episcopal Church (TEC) has halved since 1970. During the same period, the Anglican Communion’s combined membership has doubled. It is now heading toward 100 million. The result is a massive shift in the center of gravi... Read More...

1 Peter 3:1-7 in Fresh Perspective

By Peter R. Rodgers When the Lambeth Conference meets next summer, one of the distinctive features will be a study of the First Letter of Peter. The First Letter of Peter: A Global Commentary, edited by Pro... Read More...

Questioning Lambeth 2020

The organizers of Lambeth 2020 have many difficult matters to tackle. But the gross disparity between the number of worshipers in the different dioceses is a question that needs to be faced. As things stand, the net result is continuing to privilege the voices of small numbers of white Westerners while side-lining swaths of the most missional and poorest Christians in the Anglican Communion.