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Anglicans Confront Challenge of Islam

February 2, 2016

A gathering of academics, bishops and evangelists examine the Christian response to the fast-growing global faith.

Anglican Church in North America Bishops (L-R) David Hicks, John Miller, Julian Dobbs, Archbishop Foley Beach,  John Guernsey and Clark Lowenfeld stand for life. (Photo credit: Faith McDonnell)

Anglicans Celebrate, Protect, and Honor Life

January 25, 2016

As the electric green posters they carry in the March for Life proclaim, Anglicans celebrate, protect, and honor life.

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Anglicans Mobilize for Life

January 23, 2016

For the first time, Anglican Christians have presented a conference timed with the national March for Life aimed at mobilizing U.S. and Canadian churches to address sanctity of life issues.

Christians in the Developing World

Why Are Churches in the Developing World So Vibrant?

January 22, 2016

Churches in the developing world remain some of the most dynamic in Christendom. What are these churches doing that Western churches aren’t?

Anglican Polity

Anglican Polity as Social Witness

January 21, 2016

Many discussions surrounding the recent meeting of the Anglican Primates have overlooked the biblical and theological underpinnings of Anglican polity.

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Churches’ Pro-Life Witness Grows in 2016

January 21, 2016

“Pro-Life Christians are witnessing an awakening among the American public on Sanctity of Life issues. These events are an encouraging start in advocacy and ministry to defend the most vulnerable at both ends of life,” says IRD’s Chelsen Vicari.

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Anglican Communion Leaders Suspend Episcopal Church

January 14, 2016

Top bishops in the Anglican Communion have voted to suspend the Episcopal Church from full participation in the worldwide family of churches.

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Anglican Primates: Restrict Episcopal Church Three Years

January 14, 2016

Anglican Communion primates have broken four days of silence about their gathering in Canterbury, calling for the Episcopal Church’s involvement to be restricted for three years.

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Anglican Primates Convene With Different Expectations, Appeals

January 11, 2016

Different parts of the Anglican Communion are understanding – or at least preemptively framing – the Canterbury gathering as about different things.

History Books

For Christians, History May Be Meandering, but It Has a Purpose

January 4, 2016

Christian commentary, especially among English-speaking Protestants, about God’s perceived hand in the ebb and flow of momentous human events used to be far more common.

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Episcopal Officials Suspended by Presiding Bishop

December 11, 2015

The suspensions, which include the church’s top administrative officer, come during a time in which there is tension between Episcopal Church staff and the denomination’s elected Executive Council.

Episcopal Diocese California

New Numbers Detail Uneven Episcopal Decline

December 4, 2015

In a first, a plurality of Episcopal congregations have only a part-time or unpaid priest, outnumbering those with a lone full-time priest.