The Falls Church Anglican spent about a decade in court, fighting the Episcopal denomination for its property. At the same time, it planted seven churches.
“Will we stay true to the uniqueness and sufficiency of Jesus, and to the authority and sufficiency of Scripture?”
This book is a welcomed addition to the all-too-short list of J. C. Ryle biographies and a fitting tribute to him on his 200th birthday.
The Anglican Communion has distanced itself from the Episcopal Church because of same-sex marriage.
Alan Jacobs has produced a useful overview of the Anglo-Catholic approach to Anglican liturgy and the history of its prayer books.