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Awash in a Sea of Division

With the launch of TLC's new website, you can now subscribe to Covenant, receiving it every day right in your inbox. — Editor. This essay is excerpted...

Receptive Ecumenism as Kenosis?

By Neil Dhingra If Christians are called to unity (John 17:21), presumably churches should be able to learn from one another. Can churches learn from...

The Poetry of Reconciliation

By Jonathan Mitchican When it comes to interpreting Scripture, N.T. Wright famously said, “We must stop giving nineteenth-century answers to sixteenth-century questions and try to...

Ecumenical Anglicanism for the Coming Decade

Editorial Lambeth Conference 2022 should be most memorable for its principled and strategic employing of an ecumenical lexicon for Anglican life together. Archbishop Welby deserves...

Communion, Conflict, and our Common Home

By Anthony Clavier I was baptized in St. Thomas’s Church, Worsbough Dale, which rests on the side of a hill, a few feet from the border...

Searching for Noah’s Ark: Report #120 from the Field

By Ephraim Radner Along with the many, mostly amateur, explorers who have been after the remains of Noah’s ark, I too have been searching for...

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...

Leaving and Cleaving: Purity and Power

By Amber D. Noel As a Pentecostal-turned-Anglican, with some traditions in between, I’m someone who has lived in many church worlds, and I enjoy building...

Why Can’t We Be Friends? On Anglicans in America

While I certainly do not speak for all young Anglicans, I believe that I am not alone. A number of my colleagues and friends have expressed openness to — and even interest in — cross-jurisdictional friendship and collaboration. It would be naïve to suggest that such activity is a simple road to reunification; but it would be jaded to deny that it could be a starting point.

Why Stay in a Declining Mainline Church?

Why then do I stay in the declining, once-mainline, Episcopal Church?

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