Tag Archives: Anglicanism

Interview with Rev. Helen Tervo – Vicar, St. Andrew’s Anglican Church

by | June 26, 2019

— By Scott Douglas Jacobsen I wanted to explore some of the world of different Christian leaders, small and big. However, I wanted to report less on those and more in their own words. These will be published, slowly, over time. This, I trust, may open dialogue and understanding between various communities. Of course, an interview… Read more »

Weekly Update: to

by | January 5, 2019

Here’s the first Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 2019, covering 22-Dec-2018 to 4-Jan-2019.

Suzanna Mason on the Anglican Faith, Politics, and Natural Philosophy

by | March 26, 2018

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen The Anglican Faith Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What is the modern Anglican faith? What does it mean to you? Suzanna Mason: The origins of Anglicanism start with a Catholic named Henry VIII, who was the King of England. He was famous for having lots and lots of wives. He managed to have lots and… Read more »