Covenant is about to enter a new stage of its life. Filling a long-needed niche in the Anglican blogging world, it will be a place for generous, orthodox commentary, conversation, and mutual formation that is evangelical and catholic, academic and pastoral, Anglican and ecumenical, with dozens of contributors from across the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Communion, and the broader household of God.

Readers can expect daily posts, Monday to Friday, covering all things Anglican and Christian: news, commentary, spiritual reflection, theological exploration, and appeals and exhortations regarding contemporary church practice and mission. Longtime followers of the blog should expect to hear familiar and established Covenant voices, while also enjoying fresh insight from new contributors we’ve brought on in the past years.

This new phase will begin with two programmatic posts on consecutive Fridays (Aug. 8 and 15) from the newly assigned editor, Zachary Guiliano. Following on these, the regular publication calendar will begin on Monday, August 18.

Readers and bloggers are encouraged to spread the news and renew their subscriptions to the website or RSS feeds.

 

About The Author

Dr. Zachary Guiliano is an associate editor of The Living Church, and editor of Covenant. A collection of his posts may be found here.

His research focuses on the spiritual interpretation of Scripture in the late patristic period and early middle ages. His dissertation examined the early history and manuscripts of the homiliary of Paul the Deacon, an anthology of patristic homilies and sermons, commissioned and authorized by Charlemagne for use in the Daily Office. It became one of the most widely-used books in the Middle Ages and was a component part of the Roman Breviary.

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