Out with the Old, In with the Old

By Christopher Wells “To live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often,” wrote John Henry Newman, with an inter-ecclesial bus ticket in his back pocket. He had doctrinal development in his si... Read More...

1 Peter 3:1-7 in Fresh Perspective

By Peter R. Rodgers When the Lambeth Conference meets next summer, one of the distinctive features will be a study of the First Letter of Peter. The First Letter of Peter: A Global Commentary, edited by Pro... Read More...

Beijing’s Man in the Anglican Communion

By David Goodhew Justin Welby and official Anglican structures have been silent over the oppression of Uighur Muslims, the people of Hong Kong, and Chinese people generally. Concerning oppression elsewhere they are often much more vocal. For official Anglic... Read More...

Concerning Asymmetry

By George Sumner Churches perennially need to maintain boundaries and guardrails for the faith. From the time of the New Testament, with the threat of Gnosticism, there has been an awareness that some beliefs and practices are not recognizable as aligned wi... Read More...

How We Understand Ourselves

By George Sumner As a member of the Communion Partners, I recognize and agree with recent essays by my friends Canon Jordan Hylden and Bishop Dan Martins. I mean this essay to be complementary to their refle... Read More...