These speakers represent a range of theological positions and disciplinary backgrounds. But what they share is a deep commitment to the life and prayer of the Episcopal Church. Don’t you want to be a part of this conversation? Don’t we need to have this conversation as a church? Prayer book revision is coming. Will you be part of the dialogue, or will you leave it to others?
Why can’t Lambeth become a synod? Whatever our answers to this question, we must recognize that the historical case against synodality for Lambeth rests upon a rather unattractive nationalism, and is simply untenable.
The 1979 Book of Common Prayer was not just years in the making, but centuries.
The priest shortage is only part of a larger ministry shortage, and the root is a crisis of imagination.
Do we really want to be heard? Or is Church just a table for our friends?