Today, there is much evidence that Anglican evangelicals, like their American cousins, are breaking with those narrowly “economic” theologies of the atonement which have often proved an alibi for secular “economism,” and are discovering a wider and truer biblical vision along with a sense of the inalienable social character of human beings – a sense which should eventually lead them to have a better sense of the primacy of the Church in the Christian enterprise.

After Rowan: The Coherence and Future of Anglicanism