Daniel Saxton

Daniel Saxton is a 2013 graduate of Westminster Seminary California. He currently lives in Maine with his wife Sara and their daughter Cora Elizabeth. They attend Reformation Anglican Church in Gray, Maine, which is seeking to break new ground for confessional, Reformed Christianity in a largely unchurched land.
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Anglicanism has fallen on hard times, to the extent that many look on it with suspicion and pity as liberal teaching and eroding morality gut many of its churches from within. Even worse, many confessional, Reformed Christians also see Anglicanism as inherently prone to theological instability, supposedly founded on a “middle way” between Rome and […]

Daniel Saxton
Ashley Null
Sunday, July 1st 2018

Niccolo Machiavelli's infamous book The Prince is a staple of Western political thought. Its pragmatic descriptions of a suave and ruthless ruler maneuvering by whatever means he desires to achieve his ends has scandalized and intrigued readers since its composition in 1513. Yet, as history shows, Machiavelli the man was a far more complex (and […]

Daniel Saxton
Friday, March 1st 2013

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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