Kendall Harmon Warns of “Cancerous Theology” and “Sick Culture”

Feb 8, 2019 by

by Jeff Walton, Anglican Ink:

Churches and the west are embracing a pagan anthropology, and the church needs to own its failure to be “salt and light” in a sick culture, according to a leading intellectual figure in the Anglican realignment.

The Rev. Canon Dr. Kendall Harmon spoke in October to a gathering of American Anglican Council supporters in Atlanta, Georgia. Harmon serves as Canon Theologian for the Diocese of South Carolina where he was elected a deputy to multiple Episcopal Church General Conventions. The Diocese departed the Episcopal Church in 2012, later affiliating with the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).

Harmon structured his presentation upon the past, present and future of Anglicanism, the church and the culture. He placed this in the context of Deuteronomy Chapter 8 in which Moses looks back at what the Hebrews have experienced, what is presently around them, and ahead as they enter the promised land.

Harmon offered a dire assessment that a “cancerous theology” has been exported into the wider Anglican Communion. He also diagnosed that the wider culture is on the verge of a new Dark Age, but also offered hope in the story of 18th Century English evangelical clergyman Charles Simeon that powerful revival can begin during spiritually dead times.

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