Articles by Jesse Nigro

Jesse Nigro

Jesse Nigro is Editor-in-Chief at The North American Anglican and lives in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife and children, where he teaches philosophy at a classical High School. He earned his BA in philosophy from Creighton University and MA in theology from Concordia University in Irvine. Jesse has been an editor and operator at The North American Anglican since 2012.


“The Witness of Beauty and Other Essays” on sale now!

It is with great joy that I am able to announce the publication of our own Book Review Editor James Clark’s book The Witness of Beauty and Other Essays from The North American Anglican Press! This project has been a labor of love on my part and I can’t express how excited I am to…


We Need the Support of Generous Patrons Like You

The North American Anglican is modeling faithful theology and traditional Anglican piety for the renewal of Christ’s church. We provide a resource for the faithful layperson looking to deepen their faith as the thoughtful priest looking to guide his flock through choppy theological waters. Our writers come from the pulpits and pews of Anglican congregations…


Why Doug Wilson Matters to the Rest of Us

Douglas Wilson’s name seems to cause a strong, equal, and opposite reaction in those Christians familiar with his ministry, and this tends to be less of a reflection on the individual’s theological convictions than the manner in which he or she first encountered Wilson’s work or ideas. Why do some love Wilson while others hate…


Coming This Christmas

After more than a decade as an online publication, The North American Anglican is returning to the printed page! We hope you’ll join us for “A Christmas Celebratory” this Holiday season, a collection of some of our favorite offerings, beautifully printed with high-quality images and glossy paper, all glue bound. This limited print is in…


“Anglican History” a New Article for

I was recently honored with the opportunity to write an introductory article on Anglicanism for the “Word by Word” blog. Here’s the introduction: Anglicanism is a religious identity claimed by millions of faithful Christians across the globe. In fact, the Anglican Communion is the third largest Christian communion of churches after Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy….


Video: “Re-formed Catholic Anglicanism” at the AWI Summer Conference

 Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing the plenary speakers of the upcoming Anglican Way Institute – Summer conference. This year’s conference theme is “Re-Formed Catholic Anglicanism” and I was able to get a sneak preview of each of the plenary sessions from the speakers themselves. I hope you enjoy the interview and will…


This journal still stands for classical Anglican theology. With a commitment to the Holy Bible, the 39 Articles, and the classic editions of the Book of Common Prayer, we share a common foundation with the greatest minds and souls our tradition has produced. A great task is set before us, as we plunge into the…


Editor’s Note Regarding “The Case for Christian Nationalism”

The North American Anglican has never condoned nor does it promote racial hatred or racial bigotry in any of its forms, nor does anyone on the editorial board. For this reason, when Thomas Achord admitted to authoring an anonymous Twitter account containing racist content, we immediately withdrew our reviews of his work. Mr. Achord did…


Secular Stories Part 4: Aristotle or Nietzsche?

This article is part of the series “Secular Stories.” Click below to read other installments: SECULAR STORIES: AN INTRODUCTION SECULAR STORIES PART 1: MACINTYRE’S ‘SUGGESTION’ AND EMOTIVISM SECULAR STORIES PART 2: THE FAILED ENLIGHTENMENT PROJECT SECULAR STORIES PART 3: THE PROBLEM WITH SOCIAL SCIENCES At the beginning of this series, I proposed that the first…

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