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Anglicanism and Depression

With the launch of TLC‘s new website, you can now subscribe to Covenant, receiving it every day right in your inbox. — Editor. “Good blazing fires” — that’s...

A Hymn for Queen Catherine

Ask Anglicans or Episcopalians how they, their church, and their tradition came to be, and the near-universal, reflexive answer will inevitably come back, “Because...

I Was Wrong

By Victor Lee Austin The late Bishop Paul Moore of New York liked to describe the Episcopal Church as “the Catholic Church with freedom.” In...

‘Parish’ Ministry Outside English Parishes?

Eavesdropping on British conversations, I find the future of the parish system is a common topic of discussion there. Entwined as it is with...

Theses on the North American Anglican Schism

By Cole Hartin This past January, my family and I moved from the cool fog of New Brunswick, Canada, to the balmy pines of East...

The Role of Bishops in the Governance of the Church

At its General Synod this year, the Anglican Church of Canada will consider a Constitutional change that would diminish the role of its House...

Bishops and Coherence

At its General Synod this year, the Anglican Church of Canada will consider a Constitutional change that would diminish the role of its House of...

On Evangelical Deconstruction and Anglican Vocation

By Dane Neufeld Deconstruction is a phrase and idea that has gained momentum recently in evangelical circles. Though I am not deeply acquainted with the...

A Social-Transcendental Argument

By George Sumner This year marks the 30th anniversary of Reclaiming Faith, a work that Ephraim Radner and I edited to bring the lens of...

An Old Proposal For a New Way Forward

An Ecumenical Priesthood The Spirit of God and the Structure of the Church By Karl Rahner Translated with a critical introduction by Jakob Karl Rinderknecht Fortress, pp. 100,...

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