The mission of the Church is to be God’s Kingdom here on earth, to preach His Word, to celebrate the Sacraments, and ‘to show forth the Lord’s death until He come again.’ Therefore, the function of the United Episcopal Church, like that of every other part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church, is to be a faithful witness […]
The UECNA is run on what might be described as a ‘Bishop in Synod’ or a ‘Bishop in Presbytery’ system where the duties of governance are shared. This echoes some aspects of Ussher’s plan for a moderated Episcopacy, which was proposed during the run-up to the English Civil War, but its more specific context is William White’s The Case of
Peter Robinson, presiding bishop of the United Episcopal Church of North America, was recently the featured guest on the Iron Sharpens Iron radio program on December 31, 2020. Host Chris Arnzen interviewed the presiding bishop on the topic “Lessons to be Learned from 18th Century Anglicanism Today”. Click here to listen to the program.
The Most Rev. Peter Robinson, presiding bishop of the United Episcopal Church of North America, was a guest on the Iron Sharpens Iron radio show on September 22, 2020. He was interviewed by host Chris Arnzen on the topic of “The Fall of the Episcopal Church & the Rise of Biblically Faithful Episcopal Bodies”. Click here to listen to Part
This, perhaps, is not going to be the most closely reasoned of my pieces, mainly because there is a good deal of emotion involved, and also because as someone who read history at university and has a continuing interest in that field, I see the historical parallels, and fear greatly for where western society as a whole is heading. The