Welcome to the Most Divisive Parish in America

In D.C., churches train ministers of peace in a place devoid of it.
When you think about Washington, D.C., you might imagine similar things: politics, culture, and a district filled with our nation’s history. What you probably don’t think about is Anglican churches, the kinds of churches that recall an older history, older at least than the monuments to church freedom that mainly decorate the capital. Yet, in the last three years, three Anglican churches ha

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Discipleship in this context “is focused on topics related to political theology and the kingdom of God, especially as many people come here having been formed in churches where there is a high degree of overlap in their church between Christianity and a political party in America.”

This story is from Common Good issue 07.
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