Ecclesiology

The Inexhaustible Cup

In accordance with the Eleventh Tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous, this essay is published anonymously. Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another. — Proverbs 27:17 Christians love to use the analogy... Read More...

Let the Marble Weep

The first in a series on Revitalizing Ministry in Wales By Mark Clavier Hither sometimes Sin steals, and stains The marble's neat and curious veins: But all is cleansed when the marble weeps. “The Church... Read More...

Virtual Church: Opportunity or Mirage?

By John Mason Lock Since the pandemic began, I've heard many clergy celebrate the extension of the church’s ministry through virtual worship. The refrain I hear again and again goes something like this: “We ... Read More...

How Reformed Are We?

Anglicanism: A Reformed and Catholic Tradition By Gerald Bray Lexham Press, pp. 128. $23.99 Review by George Sumner To the considerable corpus of works proposing definitions of Anglicanism, Gerald Bray ... Read More...

A View from Albany

By Leander Harding Just before Holy Week we found out that our retired eighth bishop of Albany, Daniel Herzog, was resigning his orders in the Episcopal Church and transferring to the Anglican Church in Nort... Read More...