Nuetrality

“The Lord is our God, the Lord alone” (Deuteronomy 6:4) is the fundamental assertion of monotheism and of all that stems from the unity of faith and life it requires. For monotheists there can be no neutral ground. Even God’s enemies stand on ground that is owned by Him and that He will come one …

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“Small, but significant” Dallas Conference advances EFAC-USA goals

The Rt. Rev. George Sumner, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, preached at a service of morning prayer at All Saints Dallas during EFAC-USA’s annual conference on Thursday, October 21. Sumner was welcomed by All Saints rector, Phillip Jones. Jones is also the Lead Bishop of the Anglican Mission in America. “That was a small, but …

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Welcome

The Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion – USA (EFAC-USA) is not new, and many of you are not new to it, but the Bulletin is new, and, along with our white paper, part of an ongoing effort to position EFAC-USA as the “go to” for Evangelical Anglicans in U.S. churches. In response to our white paper, some of …

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Where Does the Anglican Evangelical Belong Today? New white paper has answers

FOR RELEASE 9:00 A.M. EDT, SEPTEMBER 7, 2021 Contact: Zac Neubauer EFAC-USA zac@efac-usa.org www.efac-usa.org   Where Does the Anglican Evangelical Belong Today? New white paper has answers   September 7, 2021:   The US chapter of the Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion (EFAC-USA) announced the publication of a new white paper, “Where Does the …

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The Patron Saint of North American Evangelical Anglicanism

Michael Cromartie once quipped, “if evangelicals could elect a pope, [John] Stott is the person they would likely choose.” We would like to suggest that if the North American Evangelical Anglican Tradition had a patron-saint, it should be Bishop Charles Pettit McIlvaine. McIlvaine is to the North American Evangelical Anglican Tradition what J.C. Ryle is …

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