Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
You may have stumbled onto this page for various reasons. Maybe you’re an Anglican looking for Anglican resources. Maybe you’re a Protestant or Roman Catholic wondering what the Anglican Catholic Church is. Maybe you were trying to look up something about angels. Whatever the reason, I’m glad you’re here. Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Tim. I currently live in Indiana and I have a dog named Quigley. I am an Anglican Catholic and I love my faith. I love my church and I love theology. I am not a bishop or a priest, or a deacon. I am just a faithful parishoner. The things I write here are my own personal musings. The topics that I choose are usually ones that I struggle with myself, or that I see friends struggling with. I found awhile back that writing really helps me sort my thoughts and writing as if I’m presenting to others helps me solidify my position on things. So in the end, it doesn’t matter to me if no one ever reads what I write here. The purpose of this page is to work out my own faith. If you like what you read though, do feel free to stay and journey with me.
So you’re probably wondering: Why Armchair Anglican?
The name is admittedly a bit strange. But it’s simple really. Armchairs are comfortable. There’s nothing better than sinking into your favorite chair at the end of a long day. And I want you, dear reader, to feel comfortable here, even if you’re not Anglican. Also for me, my armchair is where I do most of my reading, writing and thinking. Some of my most joyous revelations have come while sitting in that old leather chair with a pipe in one hand, a glass of scotch in the other, and an open book in my lap. That is the atmosphere I would like to create here, since it is likely that readers will find me. So pull up a chair and stay awhile. If you have questions or comments, feel free to send me an email via the contact page.
Gratia et pace