Tag Archives: Lambeth Conference

The Anglican Way: From Monarchy to Conciliarity

I have written previously about the way in which classical Anglicanism acknowledges the place of Ecumenical Councils in the life of the Church. From the beginning, there has been a conciliar impulse within Anglicanism, although there has not always been … Continue reading

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If I Were Archbishop of Canterbury

This video came about as a response to a recent post by Peter Carrell called “If You Were the Next ABC, What Would You Do?” over on Anglican Down Under. Worth a look if you haven’t yet read it. My … Continue reading

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Ask an Anglican: When the Church is no Longer the Church

Two questions today that are interrelated. Cadog writes: In a prior post, you offered assurances that staying in the Episcopal Church was right, even though there are some serious and disturbing decisions and trends in recent years. I can accept … Continue reading

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Anglicanism Without the Communion

What would Anglicanism look like without the Anglican Communion? Is it even possible? I generally don’t spend a lot of time commenting here on current events in the Church. The purpose of this project is to talk about the essentials … Continue reading

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Ask an Anglican: The Filioque

I’m using a comment by Eugene in a previous thread to inaugurate a new regular series here that I’m callingĀ Ask an Anglican. I get a lot of questions about what Anglicans believe about various things, especially coming from those who … Continue reading

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Dearly Beloved: An Anglican Theology of Marriage (Part IV)

It is beyond the scope of this series to do a comprehensive analysis of the theology of marriage in all Christian traditions. Nevertheless, having shown that the classical Anglican theology of marriage is biblical, one would expect to see resonance … Continue reading

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