The Anglican Church of North America is American Christianity’s best hope in a state of modern exile. This is because it best understands that the challenges of modern exile do not proscribe the Church’s missionary vocation, instead it encourages it. The ACNA has three things going for it that I’ll explain at length: its missional nature inherited from the Global South, its intellectual seriousness, and a strong, battle-tested respect for biblical and ecclesiastical authority in the face of doctrinal controversy.
Thoughts, observations, musings, encouragements, exhortations, and occasional rants from an Anglican Parish Deacon and Master Electronics Technician.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Grist from the Mill of Locusts and Wild Honey
James Gibson, a South Carolina Anglican has a thoughtful piece over on the Locusts and Wild Honey Blog. Here's just a taste of what Father James is setting forth...
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