Contributors

Brandon LeTourneau

Brandon is your typical pseudo-intellectual who knows more than he should and less than he thinks. An Anglican Seminarian, known for his assertions of the Catholicity of the Reformation and his abiding love for the oddest bits of Church History. He hopes to one day serve the ACNA in an ecumenical capacity. Pray for him, a sinner.

Calvin Lane

The Rev. Dr. Calvin Lane is affiliate professor of Church History at Nashotah House Theological Seminary and associate rector of St. George’s Church, Dayton, OH. He is the author of The Laudians and the Elizabethan Church (Routledge, 2013) and Spirituality & Reform (Fortress, 2018). Dr. Lane also teaches for Wright State University and United Theological Seminary.

Christian Clement-Schlimm

Christian Clement-Schlimm is a PhD Student at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. His research focus is the eschatological thought of nineteenth-century evangelical Anglicans. He lives in the suburbs of Toronto and serves his local Baptist church as an elder.

Lue-Yee Tsang

Lue-Yee Tsang, a graduate of the University of California, studies religion at Duke University. As a second-generation Chinese exile in America, he is particularly interested in the future of the Church in China and hopes some day to see a Chinese Tallis. Lue-Yee also writes at Cogito, Credo, Petam.

Bethel McGrew

Bethel McGrew is an American freelance writer whose work has been spotted in outlets on both sides of the pond, including Spectator UK and USA, The Critic, First Things, Plough, American Conservative, and more. She maintains a Substack, Further Up, blogs at Patheos under Young Fogey, and tweets compulsively @EstherOfReilly. She attends a dramatically tiny ACC church in an undisclosed Midwestern location, where the prayers of the 1928 BCP are still spoken and the songs of the 1940 hymnal are still sung.

Ethan Harrison

Ethan Harrison is the associate priest at Immanuel Anglican Church in Destin, Florida. He graduated from Trinity School for Ministry with his Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology in Systematic Theology. He is passionate about theology, the Doctrine of God, catechesis, evangelistic discipleship, and seeing all of life in light of Christ and his gospel. He spends his free time reading, and spending time with his wife Lindsay, and daughters, Maren, Lisette, and Joelle, cooking, playing games, and going on adventures together.

Alexander Wilgus

Fr. Alexander Wilgus is the Rector at Redemption Anglican Church in Frisco, TX. He is creator of the Word & Table podcast and Director of Saint Paul’s House of Formation online catechesis program. Fr. Wilgus is married to Lauren and father to four children: Owen, Bryan, Abraham, and Mae.

Fr. Patrick Malone

Archdeacon Patrick Malone is Chaplain at Ascension Home and Hospice, and Rector of Holy Cross Anglican Church.

Gillis Harp

Gillis Harp received his PhD in American history from the University of Viginia in 1986 and serves as Professor and Chair of History at Grove City College. Harp is the author, most recently, of Protestants and American Conservatism: A Short History (Oxford University Press, 2019). He and his wife, Barbara, worship at Grace Anglican Church in Grove City, PA. They are the parents of three grown daughters.

J. Brandon Meeks

J. Brandon Meeks is a writer, studio musician, and Christian scholar. He serves his local parish as Theologian-in-Residence. He received his PhD. from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He is also a fan of Alabama football, the blues, and cheese. He blogs regularly at www.highchurchpuritan.com.

Joseph Laughon

Joseph Laughon is layman in the Anglican Church of North America and worships with his wife at All Saints Anglican in Long Beach, California. He is a history graduate from Concordia University, Irvine and is a member of the American region of the Society of King Charles the Martyr. He is also a contributor to The Hipster Conservative and his own blog at Musings On The Right.

Joshua R. Farris

Joshua Ryan Farris is Professor of Theology of Science at Missional University; Paluch Lecturer, 2019-2020; Mundelein Seminary Visiting Scholar, March 2020; Center of Theological Inquiry; Director of Trinity School of Theology; International Advisor, Perichoresis, The Theological Journal of Emanuel University; Associate Editor, Philosophical and Theological Studies for the Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies; Associate Editor, European Journal of Philosophy of Religion.

Matthew Colvin

Matthew Colvin holds a PhD in Classics (Cornell, 2004) and is a minister in the Reformed Episcopal Church. He is the author of The Lost Supper (Fortress Academic, 2019). He lives on Vancouver Island.

Matthew Brench

Fr. Matthew lives in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, with his wife, cat, and two lads, and has been the Vicar of a tiny church plant in Massachusetts since 2014, after completing his M.Div. at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2012 and receiving Holy Orders in the Anglican Diocese in New England (ACNA) thereafter. Matthew is an enthusiast for preaching the Old Testament, Anglican liturgy, and Doctor Who. He keeps a pastoral blog, leorningcnihtes boc, and is currently writing and maintaining The Saint Aelfric Customary and blog. https://leorningcniht.wordpress.com/ https://saint-aelfric-customary.org/

Miles Smith IV

Miles Smith is a historian of the American South and the Atlantic World. He has taught at Hillsdale College, Regent University, and Texas Christian University. His research interests and his writing focus on intellectual life and religion in the Nineteenth Century United States and Europe. He lives in Hillsdale, Michigan.

Paul Edgerton

Fr. Paul C. Edgerton is the planting vicar of The Church of the Redeemer in Wilson, North Carolina, a parish of the Reformed Episcopal Church (ACNA). A bi-vocational pastor, he has taught in the public school system for nearly two decades. Fr. Edgerton has had the privilege to study at Cranmer Theological House and the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies and writes for RedeemerSongs. His wife Christie and his three crazy children keep him laughing.

Drew Keane and Samuel L. Bray

Drew Keane is a Lecturer in the Department of Writing and Linguistics at Georgia Southern University. He served on the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music for the Episcopal Church from 2012 to 2018. His current research focuses on residual orality in 16th C. English religious prose, and he is a PhD candidate in the School of English at the University of St. Andrews. Samuel L. Bray is a professor of law at Notre Dame. He is a coauthor, with John F. Hobbins, of Genesis 1-11: A New Old Translation for Readers, Scholars, and Translators (2017); and a coeditor, with Drew Nathaniel Keane, of The 1662 Book of Common Prayer: International Edition (forthcoming 2021).

Sherri Edman

Sherri Edman is a member of Messiah Anglican Church in Philadelphia, where she lives with her husband, Peter, and their six homeschooled children.

Steven McCarthy

The Rev. Steven McCarthy is the Rector of Christ Church Anglican South Bend. He is a native of Lansing, MI, and was a pastor in the Reformed Presbyterian Church before joining the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word.

The Rev. Ben Jefferies

The Rev. Ben Jefferies is a sinner, grateful to the Lord for his mercy. He grew up in England, and emigrated to the United States in 1999. He went to Wheaton College, and several years later discerned a call to ministry and went to seminary at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. He was ordained to the priesthood by Archbishop Duncan in 2014. He currently serves The Good Shepherd Anglican Church in Opelika, Alabama. He served on the Liturgy Task Force of the ACNA from 2015-2019, and was the lead designer for the production of the printed prayer book. He continues as the Assistant to the Custodian of the Book of Common Prayer (2019), and serves on the board of directors of Anglican House Media Ministries. He is married with three daughters.

Will Prydain

Will Prydain lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and attends an Anglican church nearby. By conviction and training he tends to look at things from an evangelical, Reformed Anglican perspective.

The Venerable Andrew Brashier

The Venerable Andrew Brashier serves as Chancellor for the Jurisdiction of Armed Forces and Chaplaincy (ACNA, CON) and is the rector of Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd in Pelham, Alabama. He works full-time for the nation's largest Christian prison ministry in governmental affairs and faith-based outreach to local churches nationwide. He blogs about family oratories and the impact they can have in reigniting Anglicanism at www.thruamirrordarkly.wordpress.com. His first book is available at Amazon (https://tinyurl.com/yhsx638n) and focuses on family devotions and private prayer in the Anglican tradition.

Fr. Isaac J. Rehberg

Fr. Isaac is the Archdeacon for liturgy in the Anglican Diocese of the West (Church of Nigeria North American Mission), and the Rector of All Saints Anglican Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Heather, and daughters, Leah and Victoria. A bi-vocational priest, he works as a residential real estate appraiser and dabbles in various forms of music. Fr. Isaac earned his BA from the University of Texas at San Antonio and his Master of Christian Ministry from Wayland Baptist University.

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.

Robert Ramsey

Robert is the Executive Editor of The North American Anglican. He is also a warden and church planter in the Midwest. In his spare time he likes fixing old espresso machines and cars from the 90s.

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