By Andrew Goddard • This explosive cocktail will likely result in division or at least differentiation among Anglicans in England as it has in North America.
By Randall Balmer • The smoking gun that Bishop Tengatenga’s adversaries brandished turned out to be not even a water pistol.
The Rev. Canon Mark Harris: “They could be easily dismissed. That, I believe, would be a mistake.”
By Mark McCall
South Carolina does not understand itself to be an alternative jurisdiction but only to remain the diocese it has always been.
By John Kenneth Gibson
Any worship experience today, virtually or in person, contends with the digiverse.
By Steven R. Ford
Real unity is the fruit of persuasion and of compromise, and not simply of driving out opposition.
By Daniel H. Martins
We opted to cut our losses and live to fight another day.
A recent accord of conciliation fits well into a larger and disturbing pattern of the Episcopal Church’s current leadership.
Bishop Daniel Martins writes: “We feel manipulated and victimized. We are nowhere near happy about this outcome.”
Commentary by Jordan Hylden
In working to love one another, a good place to start would be by not suing one another.