Why We Need “Gay Christians”

By Amber D. Noel The recent decision by Archbishop Foley Beach and the ACNA to officially discourage (or disallow) the phrase “gay Christian” distressed me deeply. I think this should especially distress som... 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...

Missionary Anglicanism Redux: A New Paradigm?

By Jeremy Bonner The ACNA is on the move, downwards as well as upwards. In an earlier article for Covenant I looked at the overall picture. Now I want to dig deeper into the latest figures, which provide many lessons for members of both the ACNA and TEC. As... Read More...

The ACNA BCP 2019: A Critical Appreciation

Perhaps the lesson of the ACNA BCP for us is this: thoughtful contemporary-language retrieval of classical Anglican liturgical texts and forms is very possible...However, when such retrieval sets up a uniform classical Anglicanism against errors or excesses of the liturgical movement, it can smooth out of differences in the classical Anglican tradition in a way that produces less-than-coherent liturgies.

ACNA’s Renewed Coverdale Psalter

We should not expect to hear BBC Evensongs using the Renewed Coverdale Psalter anytime soon, but it is a great option for contemporary North American parishes.

Against Anglican Myopia: GAFCON, Canterbury, and Lambeth

Anglicanism is good, but it is not ultimate, only provisional. Only Jesus Christ is ultimate, and one day, even if only on the Last Day, all denominational identities will give way to the creedal and confessed one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church.