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Biblical Catholicism: Rethinking the Anglo-Catholic Movement

When I was in seminary, one of my professors, a staunch British Calvinist, made the off-hand remark one day that Anglo-Catholicism could not be defended from an historical perspective. The point seemed so obvious to him that he did not … Continue reading

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Ask an Anglican: Can There Be a Church Without a Bishop?

Caleb writes: As a relatively new Anglican, I am still trying to navigate how our communion positions itself in relation to other communions. Among the “big three” (Rome, Orthodoxy, and Anglicanism), we’re peculiar in that, while we maintain an historic … Continue reading

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