Comments: Who we are

I have just discovered this site. I think it will be of great benefit. We are doing all too little thinking in our Church at present.

Thank you


Posted by William de Villiers at Thursday, 21 August 2003 at 6:16pm BST

Very helpful addition to the quest for the fulfilling of the Anglican Communion - the truth shall make you free. Jn 8.32

Posted by Jim Rosenthal at Saturday, 30 August 2003 at 9:21pm BST

I discovered a link to your site at Anglicans Online. Thank you for taking the time to put this site together. I look forward to reading your thoughts. I am not sure if this is "painful" time for our communion -- that word was bandied around the most here in the United States during ECUSA's recent General Convention -- but it is certainly a confrontational time. God help us through the anger and the bile, we his difficult but loved followers that make up his church.

Posted by Don Temples at Thursday, 4 September 2003 at 10:11pm BST

Happy to find you through Anglicans Online!

Posted by Jay Vos at Friday, 5 September 2003 at 7:08am BST

Just when things looked grim (with all the news about Anglicanism being focused on negativity) along comes this precious weblog. I shall read you regularly and willingly... You might also be interested in the (very embryonic) "":

Posted by Simon Barrow at Wednesday, 1 October 2003 at 7:59pm BST

Greetings from across the Pond. I too initially found my way over here from Anglicans Online (upon which I have faithfully relied for a year now).

I am new to the blog world, but I have been most impressed w/ your efforts here. I am curious though: compared to the internet discussion list (with which I am far more familiar), is this blog essentially unmoderated, as an act of faith? What would happen if a poster---or a large number of posters---should disagree w/ the blog's fundamental premise? Is a blog understood as a public square (like Usenet), or an affinity group? I respect what seems to be an open, unmoderated premise---unlike the recent shindig of the (erstwhile?) Episcopalians of the AAC, w/ their Statement of Faith requirement for admittance. However, I am concerned with what could happen (has happened?) if someone(s) refused to play by the rules. If some fools say "there is no God" (Ps. 14), others may call themselves "Thinking Anglicans" when they're actually Bible-fetishists w/ a veneer of Anglophilia.

As this site has been created in hope, however, I'll try to share the same. Blessings!

Posted by J. Collins Fisher at Saturday, 25 October 2003 at 8:11am BST

After reading your article describing President Bush's visit it became clear that we in the U.S. suffer from following power blindly.
I am glad I found your web site and look forward to your writings.
May your advent be blessed and peaceful.
Tony Steve

Posted by Tony Steve at Thursday, 27 November 2003 at 12:20pm GMT

To read a Marilyn Adams sermon after dealing with literalism of the Albany Diocese... There really is a God!

Posted by margaret fletcher at Saturday, 14 February 2004 at 2:23am GMT