Tag Archives: House of Bishops

On the first “S” in SWEEPS……Service

Several years ago there was a popular Public Television series entitled Upstairs, Downstairs.” The weekly show depicted the ongoing life of a turn of the century English household with a full complement of servants. While not par­ticularly noteworthy in and … Continue reading

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Bishops develop covenant model at special meeting in Kanuga

By James Solheim The Episcopal News Service – March 17, 1993 For the second year in a row, the bishops of the Episcopal Church gathered in the “sacred space” of the Kanuga Conference Center in the mountains of North Carolina … Continue reading

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Doing Theology in A Covenant Community

Craig B. Anderson An Address to the House of Bishops (II) March 1993 Kanuga, North Carolina Catch only what you’ve thrown yourself, all is mere skill and little gain; But when you’re suddenly the catcher of a ball thrown by … Continue reading

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Theological Method and Episcopal Vocation

by Craig B. Anderson* Anglican Theological Review/LXXVII:I Called to guard and defend the faith and interpret and proclaim the Gospel. Bishops are ordained to be theologians given their vow to “share in the leadership of the Church throughout the world.” … Continue reading

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A Glimpse into the Bishop’s Life

Alumni Horae – St. Paul’s School – Spring 1997 The following are some highlights of Bishop Anderson’s achievements: He was born in Los Angeles, California, and graduated from Valparaiso University with honors in English and History. He served for two … Continue reading

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A Theological Metaphor and Method

An Address to the House of Bishops (I) March 1993 Kanuga, North Carolina “So, haunted, I invite you as theologians and as bishops to such a preoccupation, for such a preoccupation clarifies our occupation and reveals our vocation.” Click here … Continue reading

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