Interview

A Born Again Episcopalian: The Evangelical Witness of Charles P. McIlvaine

In the second installment of American Voices of Evangelical Anglicanism, we discuss 19th Century Episcopal Bishop Charles McIlvaine. Bishop McIlvaine, the second bishop of Ohio, author, and statesman was a leading voice of Evangelical Anglicanism in the 19th century. President of EFAC-USA, Rev. Zac Neubauer, speaks with Thomas Isham, author of A Born Again Episcopalian: […]

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Evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail Revisited

President of EFAC-USA, the Rev. Zac Neubauer, chats with Dr. Gillis Harp about his recent article on ModernReformation.org “Evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail: Reflections on the Pilgrimage to Anglicanism Nearly 40 Years After Webber’s Classic.” We discuss why the Canterbury Trail phenomenon is so prevalent in the North American Anglican Tradition, what the phenomenon has

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“Correcting” Evangelical Worship: The 1662 IE and Evangelical Anglicans – Part 2

An interview with Samuel Bray: Part 2By Jake Dell (To read Part 1, click here.) In what ways do you think Evangelical Anglican worship might need to be corrected or reformed by the 1662 IE? It used to be the case that Evangelical Anglicans were strong supporters of the Book of Common Prayer, and you don’t

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