Tag Archives: The Primates

Primacy and Anglicanism

As the Anglican world continues to chatter about the Primates’ Communique that came out last week, the question is worth pondering what view¬†of primacy, if any, has been a part of classical Anglicanism. It is not an easy question to … Continue reading

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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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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 calling¬†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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