The Anglophilic Anglican is creating a defense of Western Christendom
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We live in a challenging time in history, one in which traditional Western and Christian values are under attack from a multitude of sources, including but not limited to militant Islam and militant atheism. The Anglophilic Anglican is a blog and social-media project, based in the United States but pro-British and pro-European in orientation, which seeks to promote and defend traditional Western and Christian values through original commentary and sharing of relevant content on my blog (http://http://anglophilicanglican.wordpress.com/) and various social media platforms. Your patronage enables me to devote less time and effort to mere subsistence, and more time and effort to this campaign, this task, this sacred duty!

Topics I address include history, with an emphasis on European, especially British, and American history; politics, including both the "American experiment" and monarchy, especially the British Monarchy; Christian theology and ecclesiology, with a focus that is orthodox and catholic in the largest sense – what some have called the "Great Tradition"; social themes, including traditional morality and the traditional family, home life, and relationships; and existential threats to Western culture and civilization as it has been classically understood, including the aforementioned militant Islam and militant atheism, as well as that pervasive and pernicious metapolitical phenomenon often referred to as "cultural Marxism."

Other topics which may be addressed in my writings include inspirational quotes, poems, and other literary references; art and architecture; nutrition, food, and farming; ecology, conservation, and the environment – e.g., proper stewardship of Creation; self-defense and Second Amendment issues; and seasonal cycles and celebrations, both Christian and secular. Others may be included as the inspiration strikes, but all will be coming from the same generally conservative, traditionalist, and pro-Western (European Christendom and its diaspora, particularly in the United States) perspective.

About me: I have degrees in medieval studies and theology from highly respected institutions of higher learning, and wrote a weekly op-ed column in my local newspaper for over ten years. I've had articles and essays published in journals with regional and even national readership. I am also an ordained Anglican clergyman, and a professional educator. I have a wide range of interests, most of which end up getting addressed in my writings, at some point and in some fashion.

I leave you with two thoughts – neither original, but both cogent and apposite: "We must stand together or we shall surely fall separately," and "Good things are easily destroyed, but not easily created." Let's make sure we're on the creative side of history!

I thank you for your kind and generous patronage.

Yours in service to our common heritage and ideals,

The Anglophilic Anglican
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We live in a challenging time in history, one in which traditional Western and Christian values are under attack from a multitude of sources, including but not limited to militant Islam and militant atheism. The Anglophilic Anglican is a blog and social-media project, based in the United States but pro-British and pro-European in orientation, which seeks to promote and defend traditional Western and Christian values through original commentary and sharing of relevant content on my blog (http://http://anglophilicanglican.wordpress.com/) and various social media platforms. Your patronage enables me to devote less time and effort to mere subsistence, and more time and effort to this campaign, this task, this sacred duty!

Topics I address include history, with an emphasis on European, especially British, and American history; politics, including both the "American experiment" and monarchy, especially the British Monarchy; Christian theology and ecclesiology, with a focus that is orthodox and catholic in the largest sense – what some have called the "Great Tradition"; social themes, including traditional morality and the traditional family, home life, and relationships; and existential threats to Western culture and civilization as it has been classically understood, including the aforementioned militant Islam and militant atheism, as well as that pervasive and pernicious metapolitical phenomenon often referred to as "cultural Marxism."

Other topics which may be addressed in my writings include inspirational quotes, poems, and other literary references; art and architecture; nutrition, food, and farming; ecology, conservation, and the environment – e.g., proper stewardship of Creation; self-defense and Second Amendment issues; and seasonal cycles and celebrations, both Christian and secular. Others may be included as the inspiration strikes, but all will be coming from the same generally conservative, traditionalist, and pro-Western (European Christendom and its diaspora, particularly in the United States) perspective.

About me: I have degrees in medieval studies and theology from highly respected institutions of higher learning, and wrote a weekly op-ed column in my local newspaper for over ten years. I've had articles and essays published in journals with regional and even national readership. I am also an ordained Anglican clergyman, and a professional educator. I have a wide range of interests, most of which end up getting addressed in my writings, at some point and in some fashion.

I leave you with two thoughts – neither original, but both cogent and apposite: "We must stand together or we shall surely fall separately," and "Good things are easily destroyed, but not easily created." Let's make sure we're on the creative side of history!

I thank you for your kind and generous patronage.

Yours in service to our common heritage and ideals,

The Anglophilic Anglican

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