"Interesting, David! I'm also a retired bishop (and ecumenical officer for The Episcopal Church). I am serving as interim Dean of our Cathedral here in Davenport, Iowa, but meet monthly with the "Eastern Iowa Emergent Cohort" a group…"
The Episcopal Church and the New ReformationJune 17, 2010 by Bishop Chris EptingWhile it is sad to see the unraveling of the Anglican Communion we are witnessing today, it is really part of a larger reality. In “The Great Emergence” Phyllis Tickle speaks of(roughly) 500 years cycles in the life of the Church when enormous reformationoccurs. We are in the birth pangs of such a reformation…See More
"One more thing: now that we see how the Archbishop of Canterbury has "dis-invited" TEC members of participation in ecumenical dialogue teams, I think we see how Section Four of the proposed Covenant will be used. For all the claims that it…"
"Not sure I want to pitch in on such a controversial subject but anyway...
I wholeheartedly agree with what the ABC is trying to do - which is to attempt to bind the Anglican communion more closely together in a way that is actually meaningful and…"
Watch sports, read theology and historical/political biographies, some cooking, surf the internet, news junkie (NPR, Public television, etc.)
What do you see as some of the biggest challenges facing Anglicans today?
Learn from the emergent movement (and the best of classic Anglicanism) how to be in communion with one another by being in communion with Jesus -- in word and prayer and sacrament -- without having to agree with one another on everything.
What do you see as some of the biggest opportunities for Anglicans today?
Show the world that is possible to be a global communion of Christians without a top-down oppressive hierarchy or overly centralized authority.
What do you want Anglimergent to be? and what other Anglimergent resources, gatherings, activities or events would you find helpful for your ministry?
A conversation...between Anglicans who are beginning to "get it."