Advent: The Birth of Christ Is Too Big for One Day
Why our family is celebrating Advent this year.
First, learn to live and lean into the moment. The Advent season isn't just for Anglicans, Baptists, or Pentecostals— it's for all believers in every time and place.
South Carolina: Breakaway Anglicans Must Return 29 Churches
Split ruling by state supreme court favors Episcopal Church’s physical but not intellectual property claims.
South Carolina: Breakaway Anglicans Must Return 29 Churches. Gleanings. South Carolina: Breakaway Anglicans Must Return 29 Churches.
A Surprising Life Cycle: A Glimpse at Rwanda Today
Reconstruction and revival in Rwanda
Rwanda is a country with as high a percentage of self-identifying Christians as you will find anywhere: 45 percent Roman Catholics, 10 percent Anglicans, and 30 percent Evangelicals.
Protestantism after 500 Years
By 2040, half of all Protestants will live in Africa.
in the infographic). The infographic also shows the continental distribution of Protestants, including Anglicans, from 1600 to 2015. Nearly all Protestants
Handel’s Messiah: A Brilliant Blend of Transcendence and Transgression
How the composer (and his lesser-known collaborator) wedded Scripture and music in daring new ways.
otherwise commendable study is the way it steers clear of giving much attention to the spiritual lives of Messiah's creators, other than indicating that they were both traditional Anglicans.
What John Wesley Would Say to Bernie Sanders and Diane Feinstein
The post-Reformation theologian has suggestions for post-Christian America.
Realizing that his followers were beginning to look and act substantially different from other Anglicans, Wesley preached two particularly noteworthy sermons on the subject of religious
The Trap of Tradition
Don't substitute the things we know for the things of God.
Anglicans would say part of their Tradition is included in “the faith delivered to the saints.” I'm not unaware or opposed to the idea that there is certain Tradition that is so entwined with
Gleanings: October 2017
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our October issue).
administration would prefer to stabilize their home countries. Conservative Anglicans must return churches. When an entire diocese left The Episcopal
As goes the mainline, so goes the nation
Many traditional mainline churches are literally dying on the vine.
Let us pray that the witness of new immigrant Anglicans, Methodists, Presbyterians and Lutherans will so fill the pews of America's mainline denominational churches that a genuine
Morning Roundup 7/20/15
Early Church Government; God and America; Fuller and Me
From the bishop-led Anglicans to the informal Brethren churches, there is great diversity. And one of the fundamental flash points in this debate is the practice of the early church.
The Robust Faith of George III
The “mad” ruler of England during the American Revolution led a life of impressive personal piety.
For the century leading up to his reign, relations between Catholics, Anglicans, and other religious groups in the British Isles had provided lively national discourse.