Book Review – Reformation Anglican Worship

Reformation Anglican Worship by Michael Jensen is the latest volume in The Reformation Anglican Essentials Library. As its name suggests it provides a thorough survey of the principles of Anglican worship found in the denomination’s Reformation legacy. For what is obviously a scholarly work, Reformation Anglican Worship is a surprisingly enjoyable read. Jensen has found […]

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A Scent of Sense over the Census?

OK, I’ll admit it, half the reason for writing this article is simply to get that headline at the top. But the other half is to make a small contribution into the whole “religion/no-religion in the census” debate currently going on in Australia. Tonight is census night and all over this young and free land […]

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Michael Jensen - Holding Back on Lay Administration

Michael Jensen, son of Archbishop Peter Jensen and on the faculty at Moore Theological College, has a recent article on that ongoing conundrum for the Anglican Communion – lay administration of the Lord's Supper. Despite all of this, I would like to argue that Sydney ought not go ahead with lay administration in the foreseeable […]

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