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Announcing a new publication: The North American Anglican

September 23, 2008

I have to say I am really pleased to be able to mention a new publication, The North American Anglican. This is something for which I have hoped for a very long time, and this is part of the announcement:

The time has come to let all your friends know about the new publication in town. As you know, conservative Anglicans from numerous denominations have joined forces to bring a new orthodox theological journal to North America!

The table of contents is available on the homepage:
http://www.39articles.com

Contributors include bishops, priests, and deacons from the Reformed Episcopal Church (REC), Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA), the Anglican Province in America (APA), the Anglican Coalition in Canada (ACiC), and the Episcopal Missionary Church (EMC)…

Read sample articles here:
We are ready for pre-orders. The journal should be ready for shipping around the first week of November, and they will be shipped on a first-come, first-served basis. To be one of the first to receive the journal, let people know they need to be one of the first to order the journal!
Subscribe here:
I am going to order that first issue myself and will look forward to reading it; thanks so much to Fr. Johann Vanderbijl for telling me about it.  (Technical note: I do have some trouble getting this site to display everything in Firefox; it does work just fine with Opera, though.)
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