Tag Archives: Morality

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

Having established that the 1662 Book of Common Prayer lays out a precise theology of marriage, we turn now to the question of this theology’s scriptural underpinning. The liturgy that Anglicans inherited from Sarum, shaped through translation and arrangement by … Continue reading

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Is the Bible a Moral Standard?

There are a fair number of Anglicans in the churches of the west who argue that Anglicans need not turn to the Bible for the final word on moral questions. Fr. Tobias Haller, for instance, has recently argued that the … Continue reading

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