Folks, time to head over to r/Anglicanism

Hiya,

I'd like to invite you to post, cross-post, and comment much more regularly on r/Anglicanism. Like, much, much more regularly.

Basically, since the rather...erm....poorly-received message to gay Anglicans from the ANCA debuted in January, I'm seeing there are only a couple folks on r/Anglicanism left willing to defend such incredible posturing. Since the Episcopal Church is the only member Church of the Anglican Communion that exists within the United States, it seems only fitting that this sub take a much, much more active role in a sub dubbed "Anglicanism"

Opportunity calls. I'll leave it there.

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Understanding β€œProtestantism” in Anglicanism

As someone looking into the Anglican (Episcopal) church for a new Christian home where I feel I can grow and be accepted, I am trying to make sense of a lot of things in regards to the Church. While I am attracted to the idea of the Anglican Church being a branch of the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church and love the High Church Anglo Catholic tradition and mentality, I am aware the overall history and tradition of the English Church involves being β€œreformed” and identifying as Protestant. This bothers me, as while I’m sure Anglicanism might see β€œProtestantism” as different then perhaps some other denominations, grouping myself in a similar category as churches like Lutherans and Baptists bother me (although I’m aware they don’t share the same beliefs). How do you make sense of identifying with Protestantism as an Anglican?

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Evangelical Anglicanism in TEC

Is it even really a thing anymore? I feel the vast majority of Evangelical Anglicans went to ACNA at the split, and the only conservatives left in the Episcopal Church are almost all Anglo-Catholic (myself included). However, are there any Conservative Evangelical TEC churches around? I'm not talking about those churches that claim to be Evangelical but have candles on the altar and a chasuble-clad priest, but Diocese of Sydney-style evangelicalism. Ardently Reformed, the priest will only wear a surplice and/or tippet/stole if any vestments at all, and depending on the church, no real liturgy. All the ACNA churches here in Denver are like that, but I couldn't find a TEC church like that for the life of me, and this seems to be the case around the country. Thoughts?

And for the record, I am an ardent Anglo-Catholic. It just strikes me how rare Evangelicalism is in TEC nowadays.

EDIT: And when I say Evangelical Anglicanism, that also counts the old-school low church kind that does use the BCP and classic hymns, and the priest wears a tippet and surplice, or even a Geneva Gown. That seems rare in TEC too.

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Henry VIII created the Church of England in order to leave his wife. When did this motivation became widely known among Anglicans, and why did they continue with Anglicanism?
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Lutheranism versus Anglicanism

Hi everyone, I was just wondering if you guys had any thoughts about Anglicanism, and what the main differences are between the Lutheran and Anglican traditions, comparing, for example the ACNA and the LCMS. Personally, I was initially very interested in Anglicanism as I began to leave my childhood church (pentecostal). It was the LCMS that convinced me that we teach and confess "the simplicity of Christ" and the Gospel. I can safely say that the sacramental view combined with the importance and function of the Word is what sold me. That being said, when I see the "catholic," sacramental, and liturgical nature of Anglicanism, I begin to think that I could have easily ended up in this church.

Anyways, those are some of my initial reactions to Anglicanism, and I'd be interested to hear what y'all think about Anglicanism and how it compares to our own Lutheran ("Evangelical Catholic") doctrines and practice.

Thanks in advance, God bless y'all this Holy Week!

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How do you pronounce Anglicanism?

For example, when you say "am făcut-o online", would you pronounce "online" very similarly to how an American would (maybe like "ahn-line"?), or would the beginning "o" be pronounced more like a Romanian "o" (like "ohn-line")?

How about for the word "site-uri"? Would "site" sound like the English "sight", or more like the English "seat"?

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Book recommendations about Anglicanism

I am converting from Orthodoxy and was wondering which books, be it Anglican history, theology, doctrine, spirituality etc. you guys would recommend as "flagship books" that everyone should own. Right now I'm reading through Mere Christianity

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Coming to Anglicanism from "Nones," Atheism, or Other Religions

It's basically a truism that The Episcopal Church is terrible at evangelism and I don't particularly like that. I also don't think we try to hear enough of the stories from people who decided to become Anglican Christians from being other religions or nothing at all (we know about people who come from other Christian traditions, but that often feels like just moving deck chairs around on a sinking ship!). If you did indeed come from being atheist/agnostic, another religion, or nothing in particular, or you have close firends or family who did, would you mind sharing how that happened? What helped, what hurt?

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Why I left Anglicanism and became a Presbyterian

People have noticed my new flair and my dumb jokes, so I figured I should write up my story and reasoning. Yes, I am no longer an Anglican; I'm now a Presbyterian β€” or, at least, my wife and I are now attending a Presbyterian church which, God willing, we intend to join.

I'll share the biographical bits first and then answer some questions I expect to received.

The basic story

I have been an Episcopalian/Anglican for many years. I came back to the faith through The Episcopal Church, my wife was baptized there, and we were married there. We have a lot of love for the people we met there and for the churches we've been a part of; once the Lord blesses us with a son, we plan to name him Mark in honor of the church we attended in graduate school.

Earlier this year, I told my wife that I didn't want to return to The Episcopal Church. Lockdowns gave us a lot of heartache, but it also gave us time to reflect. I should emphasize that most of my objections to The Episcopal Church were about approaches to theology; to summarize it quickly, by TEC standards I am basically a fundamentalist, and I figured it just wasn't going to work out for me there. This was complicated by the fact that for some time I'd been in discernment to become a priest. That really made me think about how I fit into TEC, and whether in good conscience I could stay. I talked it over with my priest, and in the end he wished me the best, made it clear there were no hard feelings, and we promised to keep each other in our prayers. I want to stress that when leaving a church, you should strive to leave on good terms. I tried to do so.

We bounced around a bit. We visited some other churches. We kept searching. Here's where I have to mention somebody: /u/JCMathetes. Since my time on the mod team, JCMathetes and I have been fast friends. Awhile back I sent him a text that said, essentially, 'Convince me to be a Presbyterian.' And he delivered. Lots of reasons, plus he answered my questions. It was all super helpful.

We decided to visit a local PCA church; JCMathetes looked over a few sites and helped me find one. Turns out it is great. Great worship (probably too high/liturgical for many die hard Presbyterians), strong preaching, and a church infrastructure designed to support raising kids in the faith. I was particularly impressed that the service booklet had a back page with a schedule of readings and catechism questions for family worship; my wife and I took that home and use it

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Devout RC who is looking for live streams of Sunday and Evensong services that I can watch alongside the celebration of Mass? [crosspost from r/Anglicanism]

Fellow Roman Catholics, have you attended and/or watched a service from an Anglican use church and how has it deepened your faith?

What are some live-streams that I could look into in the future for Sunday services and/or evensong that I can watch alongside Masses of the RCC?

One aspect of Anglicanism that I love is the use of choral music during the service similar to the music that is used in cathedrals such as The Cathedral of St. John The Baptist in Charleston,SC.

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Henry VIII inventing Anglicanism (1534)
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Anglicanism was invented so Henry 8th could fuck other women and murder his exes. They stole Catholic bs, invented from stolen Jewish bits and their own murdered tohunga. Used as State tools during The Age of Mass White Theft & Murder. These Pedo Charlatans can return our stolen Maori properties now

Kupapa Collaborators gravitated to Anglicanism and the promise of Colonial Anglo Race State baubles and privileges. Some Maori left out, sometimes by their own rangatira, gravitated to Catholicism as an apparent alternative. While British 'ethnologists' rewrote their 1 great god over true Maori beliefs, in the form of IO, who was just 1 of many gods, as colonials did to all indigenous people. Many Maori mixtures popped up in response, as happened to all indigenous people reckoning with Euro colonial claims. But all Christianity is an invention to make Euro State theft & colonisation cheaper & to erase opposition. They all murder and thieve and rape indigenous children around the world and then apologise to themselves in a big public display. Then act outraged when their newly approved holiness is questioned.

This attitude is notably performed in American religious and secular politics. I remember the pope apologising to himself while Native Americans were blocked from the UN, then they sanctified one of their colonial rapist/thief/priests. The Colonial European Mormon Cult is built on murder and theft from Native Americans - it's why the CIA & FBI recruit them. They own many Genealogy/DNA companies and have worked over countless indigenous people including Maori/Moananui converting them to dangerous indoctrinated kupapa.

Same with the so called British Reserve and calls to civility. Just an act to distract from the gargantuan white elephant in the room, that is smug from repeatedly getting away with mass criminal murder, theft and child rape over centuries. They were given lands but they helped hang and murder our tupuna to erase for mass euro theft. It infects all parts of Colonial Institutions. They have no mana and any one of them who considers themselves decent ought to fight for the dissolution of their Churches and returning all lands and assets to Maori, to indigenous people around the world, as the beginning of an apology. Utter fucking charlatans whose Christian Cults are complicit in all ongoing White Supremacist Terrorism. The Colonial OZ Coward Murderer of Christchurch babbled old crusader bullshit. They're all the same sickly 'white' construct, divorced from real organic community long ago by Christian State murder and manipulation pretending to represent progress. Behind all ongoing thefts and abuses against Maori you'll find committed Christianists, with secular Colonial opportunists out for all they can get. Like their backs

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Inquiring about Anglicanism

Hello. I’m currently planning to convert to Roman Catholicism out of the baptist tradition, but I’m also interested in the Church of England due to figures such as C.S. Lewis and N.T. Wright but my only issue is I can’t seem to find any relevant truth claims for Anglicanism. Could anyone help me out here? Why is the Church of England the true church?

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What’s your β€œelevator speech” when someone asks, β€œwhat is Anglicanism?”
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What is the future of the Anglicanism?

Will it continue moving on a liberal direction or will it level out with some compromise for both conservatives and liberals?

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What makes Anglicanism different

I am aware Anglicanism is a Protestant religion around the Church of England (and that the Queen is a sort of pope but not really I think, could be wrong) and I’m just wondering, is there other things that make it different from other Christian denominations? Primarily in beliefs or practices.

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Is Anglicanism typically cessationist?

I'm somewhat new to Anglicanism and I'm a hard cessationist, admittedly due to some bad personal experiences with faith healing. I'm curious what the traditional Anglican view is on cessationism/continuationism. If there are many differing view, which I expect there might be (because the Communion is a "big tent"), what is the typical view of Reformed Anglicanism? Seeing as this is the type of Anglicanism I am most interested in. 39 Articles of Religion Anglicanism

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I just reached out to an Anglican community where I live, and I wonder whether Anglicanism is the place for me given where I am in my beliefs--halfway between Catholic and Protestant?

I've written a lot more here. I don't know whether proper etiquette dictates that it's better to copy/paste than to link to a silly blog, but the latter avoids the wall o' text so here we are: https://www.severalstories.com/life-preservers-1/2020/12/10/five-questions-im-working-on-answering-for-myself

Thanks in advance for your thoughts/critiques. I'm especially interested in knowing whether I'd be at home with your communion given where I am on my path.

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How important is Charles the 1st to you and to Anglicanism?

I have been doing some reading on the 1600s and I recently learned (Despite being English myself) that some in the Anglican church consider him a saint.

Just how important is Charles the 1st and the book Eikon Basilike?

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Asked this over in r/Anglicanism and wanted to share it near as well

Christmas Traditions and Liturgical Calendar

As someone who is exploring Anglicanism and has a spouse who is ready to get the house done up for the Christmas season I was wondering if there are any uniquely Anglican Christmas traditions that believers do in their homes? I came across the advent wreath thanks to Amazon suggestions and it is what inspired this post.

Also, what do the colors mean in the liturgical calendar?

Thanks in advance for any and all responses.

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Anglicanism and Orthodoxy

As an Anglican I have been studying one of the oldest branchs of Christianity, the Orthodox Church. Their take on theological understandings have been quite surprising, refreshing, and inspiring. The realization that their teachings/theology are rooted in eastern and Hebraic cultures within which Jesus the Christ moved and had his being, has given me insight I didn’t have previously. Their understanding of the resurrection, the role of scripture, communal life, Divine liturgy, the book of revelation, hell, and daily rhythms is fascinating and something I would encourage us Anglicans to explore, reflect upon and potentially to be blessed by. Here is a good resource https://www.oca.org/questions

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/u/baliev23 responds to: Henry VIII created the Church of England in order to leave his wife. When did this motivation became widely known among Anglicans, and why did they continue with Anglicanism? reddit.com/r/AskHistorian…
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Destiny in Anglicanism

What is Anglicanism's thoughts on fate?

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Is Anglicanism Reformed? northamanglican.com/is-an…
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Because Anglicanism lacks long term viability, made a list of religions actions that could be added to Anglicanism to improve it.

Edit: I know I forgot "I" in my post, my apologies I would have reposted this if it wasn't one word.

Anglicanism lacks good religious actions that'd make conversation worth it in the first place. I'd suggest adding more actions to make English players go Anglican in multiplayer or singleplayer games. Here are the current ones:

(100 CP)Β Divorce Consort: The current consort is removed.Β (This does not end any royal marriages.)

(100 CP)Β Marry Local Noblewoman: Gain a random female consort from this country.

(100 CP)Β Dissolve Monasteries: Gain ducats equal toΒ 0.25Β years of income.

(100 CP)Β Grant Monopolies: GainΒ 1%Β mercantilism.

(200 CP)Β Progress of the Supreme Governor: Gain 1 stability.

As you can see, there aren't many of them and 2 out of 5 are duds if your sucession is secure or if you're are republic. Here are some suggested religious actions that can make Anglicanism more competitive among Christian denominations:

(100 CP)Β Propagate State Religion: +1 Yearly Legitimacy/ (Edit: +0.50) Republican Tradition for 10 years.

(100 CP)Β Proclaim Holy War:Β +15% Manpower & Sailor recovery speed for 10 years. (England/GB frequently has difficulties with manpower shortages).

(100 CP)Β Enforce Resusancy Act:Β +15% Global tax modifier for 10 years.

(100 CP)Β Promote Religious Emigration:Β +10 global settler increase & +5% settler chance for 10 years.

(100 CP)Β Make Religious Concessions:Β +1 Diplomatic reputation to non-Anglican nations for 10 years.

(100 CP)Β Enforce Act of Uniformity:Β +2% Missionary strength for 10 years.

(200 CP)Β Presentation of Colours:Β +5% Discipline for 10 years. (Conflicts with Encourage Naval Traditions. England/GB has a weaker army than most nations).

(200 CP) Encourage Naval Traditions:Β -10% Ship cost, +10% global ship repair & -10% Sailor maintenance for 10 years. (Conflicts with Presentation of Colours).

I decided 10 years (instead of the 20 granted by Catholicism's religious actions) is optimal since England is able to gain church power faster with higher religious unity.

These bonuses play out nicely since you can't keep the modifiers of all of the religious actions enabled at once before they expire, this forces you to choose which ones should be prioritized the most given your current goals. Additionally, having more religious actions allows a greater degree of flexibility in how you want to expand and grow your nation.

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How to convert to anglicanism as Ireland?

I'm doing the "Luck of the Irish" achievement and, as Ireland, I own Ireland and the upper half of Great Britain. But I'm also trying to do they "Chop Chop" achievement which requires me to be anglican.

England decided to convert to anglicanism, but without the Center of Reformation and converted all of its provinces.

How should I convert to anglicanism? I'm going to conquer all those remaining provinces, which are all anglican, but I don't know if there's something else I should do. Should I wait for anglican rebels? Should I move my capital to an anglican province?

I already conquered some anglican provinces (my religious unity is at 60%), but I don't see any anglican rebels. In the religious panel, I can directly convert my nation to protestant and reformed only.

CabhrΓΊ!

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Clarity on Anglicanism

Hi! I was just wondering, are all anglicans reformed? I grew up Anglican then became a baptist and now I’m reformed and looking for a new church. I’m considering going back but confused if it is reformed or not.

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Anglicanism is on the rise in Brazil

I have been noticing this. I thought I was a lone case but there are many others like me. Protestants looking for more traditional and historical liturgy and Catholics who can’t agree on some dogmas are turning to the Anglican Church. In my personal case, I was living in the Netherlands where I started to attend a CoE in The Hague and it was lovely, had a great experience there and decided to become Anglican. Unfortunately there are very few Anglican provinces here, and fewer are High Church. Let’s hope that this new movement can get stronger and we can make Brazil a new hotspot for Anglicanism.

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Curious about the Lambeth Conferences and doctrinal development in Anglicanism.

Hi All,

Catholic here. I'll say also that I'm coming to ask questions, not to start a fight, so I'll endeavor to frame my post and any comments with that in mind.

As my title mentions, I am curious about doctrinal development in Anglicanism, particular as evidenced by the Lambeth Conferences.

In particular I'm curious about the relative speed with which resolutions from the Lambeth Conferences seem to adjust/change, and related to that - what do Anglicans believe about doctrinal development and how binding (or not) are Lambeth Conferences within the Anglican Communion.

As I read through the wikipedia (I know, but it's what I have at my disposal, hence coming here) on some of the resolutions of each Conference, over relatively short periods of time there seems to be relatively quick changes in position on things. Obviously the hot button issues like contraception, abortion, women's ordination, homosexual acts, etc., but even seemingly more esoteric (yet important) theological issues like open communion being called for in 1968.

From an outsider's perspective, this seems somewhat like the Lambeth Conferences are just cultural barometers for Anglicans to change when the pressure is felt.

So, I'm curious to know more about what you all know about Lambeth Conferences and how they work within Anglicanism, and more broadly about doctrinal development within Anglicanism.

Edit to add: I'm also curious with respect to the fact that the different parts of the Anglican Communion don't all adhere to the same teachings/practices - most evident with gay marriage and female ordination.

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Anglicanism aligns with MY beliefs

I see this sort of comment a lot from people who are finding their way into the church. I'm concerned that Anglicanism is becoming too comfortable with this idea of individual beliefs taking priority over the teaching of the church, and that as a result, we will end up seeing doctrine increasingly dictated by pre-held individual beliefs, rather than the church shaping the beliefs of her members. What do you think?

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My introduction to Anglicanism

I made this video a couple weeks ago to summarize my recent discovery of Anglicanism. Curious to hear what other Anglicans think of it and if I represented it fairly, or even to see if it's helpful for others to share when people ask about Anglicanism. I know I still have a lot to learn about it but it's been so beneficial for me spiritually so far.

https://youtu.be/7Djd-ZM2h5E

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Anarcho-Anglicanism, because the left needs more flags obviously
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About scotism and anglicanism

What's the influence of Duns Scotus in the formulation of classical anglican tradition (Hooker, Davenant, Edwards, Barlow, Cramner,Donne ,Ussher, Tillotson, More, etc)? I know that Hooker was influeced by him in his concept of will and Tillotson on the univocity stuff, but i don't know much more.

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What is the position of Anglicanism regarding masturbation?
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An Introduction to Anglicanism (w/ Fr. Thomas McKenzie) youtu.be/t1RVeeLvSp4
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Anglicanism - good or bad?

Is Anglicanism worth going for or is it better to just be Protestant, Reformed or Catholic?

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Confessional Lutheranism versus [Orthodox/conservative] Anglicanism

Hi everyone, I was just wondering if you guys had any thoughts about Anglicanism, and what the main differences are between the Lutheran and Anglican traditions, comparing, for example the ACNA and the LCMS. Personally, I was initially very interested in Anglicanism as I began to leave my childhood church (pentecostal). It was the LCMS that convinced me that we teach and confess "the simplicity of Christ" and the Gospel. I can safely say that the sacramental view combined with the importance and function of the Word is what sold me. That being said, when I see the "catholic," sacramental, and liturgical nature of Anglicanism, I begin to think that I could have easily ended up in this church.

Anyways, those are some of my initial reactions to Anglicanism, and I'd be interested to hear what y'all think about Anglicanism and how it compares to our own Lutheran ("Evangelical Catholic") doctrines and practice.

Thanks in advance, God bless y'all this Holy Week!

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Henry VIII created the Church of England in order to leave his wife. When did this motivation became widely known among Anglicans, and why did they continue with Anglicanism?
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