Night Driving: Notes From A Prodigal Soul

I'm probably not the first person in the world to say that he hates checking the mailbox. Most of the time all I receive are ads for things I can't afford, or bills that I must pay. But today I was surprised to receive an early copy of my friend Chad Bird's new book -... Continue Reading →


A Defense of Orthodoxy by Dorothy Sayers

Hey guys, I just wanted to drop a quick note to let you know that I have posted a new author page for Dorothy Sayers. In my readings of C.S. Lewis, he mentions her several times. She was an amazing writer, poet and playwright. As a contemporary of Lewis, they both gave their own passionate... Continue Reading →


Hi Everyone, I've taken a sabbatical from social media activities to work on reading and working on my personal life. You may notice a slowdown on the amount of posts you see on the Lutheran Anglican Facebook page as a result. Rest assured, I will be back soon. I think we all experience those moments in... Continue Reading →

Priest: “May The Force Be With You”

People: "...and also with you." Starting out with a Star Wars reference on this post is probably the biggest indication that I have dived back into a little science fiction. I just started, but I'm about half way through the new Star Wars book called Aftermath: Life Debt. It's a three part series that takes... Continue Reading →

Grace that is Amazing

Hi Everyone, I hope you have a good start to the week. Over the next few days I plan to dive into some of John Newton's writings. As many of you know, Newton is one of the most famous Hymn writers of all time - penning the classic 'Amazing Grace.' He also has a treasure... Continue Reading →

God’s Decision 

Here's something you can meditate on over the weekend, courtesy of Jim Nestingen and Gerhard Forde in their book Free to Be. May you rest this weekend in the knowledge and peace of the finished work of Christ for You.  "God has made a decision about you. God hasn't waited to find out how sincere... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Confessional Anglicans

Over the next several months, you're going to see increased activity on the site. This will be a resource for all my theology colleagues throughout the world. I'm also going to start featuring articles, lectures, and many more resources from throughout the Christian world. - MK  

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