Anglican and Episcopal History

Published quarterly by the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church, Anglican and Episcopal History contains book reviews, society announcements, church reviews, and feature articles.

Articles from Vol. 80, No. 1, March

A "Continuing" Anglican Congregation: St George's Church, Las Vegas, 22 August 2010, 12th Sunday after Trinity
The so-called "continuing Anglican churches" in North America were launched in the wake of die General Convention of the Episcopal Church at Minneapolis in 1976, which admitted women to all orders of ministry, declared that "homosexual person . . . have...
R. H. Hutton's Rift with James Martineau: A Case Study in Victorian Conversion
"Every party, every interest, political or religious, in this country, was pushing its claims to universal acceptance, with the single exception of the Church of England, which was folding its robes to die with what dignity it could."1 While graphic,...
Society Announcements
Historical Society of the Episcopal Church GrantsThe Historical Society of the Episcopal Church invites applications from individual scholars and academic and ecclesiastical groups for grants to support significant research, conferences, and publications...
W. H. Griffith Thomas: Anglican Fundamentalist
W.H. Griffith Thomas' (1861-1924) life and work provide illuminating insights into the relationship between British evangelicals and North American fundamentalists during a critical period in the history of the latter movement. Thomas and North American...
"Who Is Kierkegaard?" Franklin Roosevelt, Howard Johnson, and Soren Kierkegaard
On the evening of 19 February 1944, the assistant minister at St. John's Church, Lafayette Square, dined with the president and Mrs. Roosevelt at the White House. He was Howard A. Johnson, twenty-nine years old. Though not in uniform (clerical garb excepted)...