Anglican History

There’s a useful article regarding recent Anglican history at Stephen Noll’s blog which begins:

In Africa, it is expected that every speaker be prepared to give his testimony on request, and I am going to take this opportunity to share something of my testimony in the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion running alongside a much more significant story: of how the judgment of God has fallen on the Communion and how the mercy of God is still operative.[1]

I do not intend to concentrate on the decline and fall of the Episcopal Church, which others like Philip Turner have documented on various occasions.[2] My story will cover the dozen years from the trial of Bishop Walter Righter to the Global Anglican Future Conference in Jerusalem in June 2008, with a brief vista of the way ahead.

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