by Gerald McDermott A new book by Phil Ashey proposes a solution to the heresy and division of the Anglican Communion. Ashey is the Director of the American Anglican Council. He serves as the canon lawyer for the Anglican Church of North America. His Anglican Conciliarism: The Church Meeting to Decide Together argues that the … Read More
by the Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll Three remarkable letters appeared this past week from Anglican sources: one from Nicholas Okoh, the Primate of Nigeria and Chairman of the GAFCON Primates Council; another from twelve Primates of the Global South Network, chaired by Mouneer Anis, the Bishop of Egypt and former Primate. and a third … Read More
Earlier this year the American Anglican Council surveyed 500+ Anglican clergy and laity at the Provincial Assembly of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). The survey focused on issues of congregational health. The AAC posted a summary of the clergy responses in October and is publishing the summary of Lay responses today.
by The Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll The recent announcement of Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s visit to Kenya is a classic case of bait and switch. For those unfamiliar with the term, “bait and switch” refers to a tactic by which a customer is lured to a product by something enticing (the bait) and … Read More