In response to an invitation to share thoughts on the outcome of the marriage canon vote, I wrote the following note to members of the House of Bishops gathered in Vancouver for General Synod 2019.
The outcome of the vote on the marriage canon has accelerated the slide into further dangerous polarization in our church over this issue. As Bishops, your unique role and responsibility means that you are in a position to do something about this. Continue reading →
Hot off the presses is Mike Milne’s wide-ranging and insightful article about the United Church of Canada in the wake of the Gretta Vosper decision. Mike interviewed me about my book and asked for my thoughts on the Vosper decision.
On a recent Sunday I became an Anglican. This news will come as a shock to some of you, while others of you will be less surprised. For me this moment comes as a culmination of a long and arduous …Continue reading →
Announcing the official Vernon launch of Who’s Minding the Story? The United Church of Canada Meets A Secular Age! On October 30th at All Saints Anglican Church, Jeff Seaton will read selections from the book, and offer signed copies for sale at …Continue reading →
People are talking about Who’s Minding the Story! A series of reviews and commentaries have been posted in a variety of places. Here are the latest: Over on the Tract 91 blog, you’ll find a review from a Canadian Anglican perspective. …Continue reading →
You can now order “Who’s Minding the Story?” from Amazon.com or Amazon.ca! The Kindle version is expected soon. If you’d like an author-signed copy, I expect to have those available by mid-August. …Continue reading →
The final edits have been submitted to the publisher, and publication date is estimated to be July 15, 2018. The Amazon.ca pre-order page is up at this link. The Amazon.com page is here. The book will also be available direct …Continue reading →
Derek Olsen, in his The St. Bede Blog, reviews Who’s Minding the Story and its application to the challenges of the U.S. Episcopal Church. Read Derek’s review, “Thinking about the Secular Age and Church Futures.” …Continue reading →