By Robert MacSwain • Introduction to a series on The Bible in the Life of the Church
By Colin Podmore
In the Anglican Communion, what’s true for dioceses is true for provinces.
By William G. Witt. There is no reason to presume that South Carolina’s declaring itself an extra-provincial diocese is more than an ad hoc solution.
By Jesse Zink. The pernicious hermeneutic of self-justification remains a constant temptation.
By Peter Carrell
The Anglican Consultative Council accepts that the best we can hope for is diversity without unity on matters of consequence.
Bishops of Communion Partners “call upon all concerned to seek a non-juridical solution to these difficult matters.”
The Church of the Province of West Africa plans to create two provinces with two archbishops.
By Mark Chapman
Archbishop Williams has carried the burdens of conflict, and has shown a huge and sometimes costly commitment to unity.
By Nathaniel W. Pierce
“Fixing” the problem always starts with “fixing” ourselves.
By Christopher Wells
The leaders of the Episcopal Church now face a “Mauricean” moment, in which the nature and extent of our diversity will be decided.