Thoughts on Dr. Martin Davies' Review of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s latest book, “Reimagining Britain” “For the law possesses a shadow of the good things to come but not the reality itself, and is therefore completely unable, by the same sacrifices offered continually, year after year, to perfect those who come to worship.” Hebrews 10:...Read more
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Our Anglican brothers and sisters in the Diocese of Fort Worth have suffered a blow. Just yesterday, the 2nd District of Texas Court of Appeals reversed a lower court decision and ruled that the property that, as we see it, rightly belongs to the Diocese of Fort Worth actually belongs to the national Episcopal...Read more
On March 17th we celebrated the Feast of St. Patrick, the patron saint and evangelist of Ireland. Saint Patrick’s day, I’m proud to say, reminds me of my family roots: both my maternal grandparents emigrated from Ireland following the 1916 war of independence and the hostilities that broke out. My grandfather, John McBratney, left Northern...Read more
(from left to right: Lucas Seithel, Agape Year Co-Directors Erika and Nate Twitchell and Caleb Collins) Amid much bad news about false teaching in the Anglican Communion, litigation against Biblically faithful Anglican congregations and disciplinary actions against their clergy, there is some good news—so I’d like to share some from the March 7-9, 2018 meeting of...Read more
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