The Secker Society



Anglican Tradition is the printed journal of the Secker Society which is issued semi-annually (in fascicles). New issues are sent by postal mail to members and other subscribers upon publication. Edited volumes are published by quadrennial series, and are available independently of subscriptions.

The journal is purposed to function as an international forum for the exchange of ideas related to the subject of historic Anglicanism and its contemporary revival.

Submissions: Manuscripts submitted for consideration for publication should be directed to the Editor (and may be addressed to the current editor, D. H. Graham), or sent to Anglican Tradition Editor, The Secker Society, 1971 Western Avenue, Number 149, Albany, New York, 12203. Editorial correspondence and books for review should be sent to the same postal address.

Anglican Tradition: The Journal of the Secker Society

ISSN 2572-1453

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A select number of past articles, essays and reviews are also published online.


The views expressed by authors in articles, essays, and reviews published in Anglican Tradition do not necessarily reflect the consensus opinions of the Secker Society.

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