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“MEXIT”: Methodists, Anglicans and the Limits of Disagreement

Over the next ten days (late February 2019), two important church synods will take place: one in Rome and one in St....

Lambeth hypocrisy: Dis-inviting the spouses

“Now then make confession to the LORD, the God of your fathers and do his will. Separate yourselves from the peoples of...

“Six Resolutions for Lambeth”: A Quick Response to Ephraim Radner

On 12 February, Dr. Ephraim Radner sought to “clean up the playing field” with “Six Resolutions” for Lambeth” in 2020.

IMPAIRED COMMUNION: A Flawed Compromise in the Episcopal Church

In 2008, Bishop Gene Robinson “married” Mark Andrews, his same-sex partner of 21 years, having previously divorced his wife, the mother of...

Taking “sweet counsel” together: Lambeth Edition

On 28 December 2018 , the Anglican Diocese of Toronto announced, with attached photo (Bishop Robertson , Bishop Susan Bell and Mr. Sharma...

The empty tomb: Sacrament of the material god

The Empty Tomb stands at the head of the Easter season as a remembrance that the Resurrection life – Jesus’ and ours...

Stephen Noll explains Archbishop Okoh’s Epiphany Pastoral Letter

Several days ago I was listening to some friendly bloggers who were commenting on the Epiphany Letter from Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, the Chairman of...

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Anglican Church to consider request from Royal Commission to...

The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care in New Zealand has asked the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and...

Archbishop urges govt to come clean on the murder...

The former Archbishop of Kenya has asked the government to come clean over the death of the former bishop of Eldoret, the...

Thoughts on the Jerusalem Declaration Pt 3: Should Clause...

In my first essay, I looked at the portions of the Jerusalem Declaration that expound Gafcon’s understanding of the nature of the church....

African religious leaders urge East African governments to take...

NAIROBI, KENYA – SEPTEMBER 12, 2019 – Today marks one year since warring parties in South Sudan signed a momentous renewed agreement...