The new catechism of the Anglican Church in North America, entitled To Be A Christian, is a handy tool for the formation of a Christian.…
There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God, the holy habitation of the Most High. God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved; God will help her when morning dawns. The nations rage, the kingdoms totter; he utters his voice, the earth melts. The LORD of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress.
Carl Trueman summarises the way John Scotus Erigena, perhaps the greatest thinker of the early Middle Ages, approached the problem of evil: — Read on…
A new Study Bible using the commentary of the Early Church Fathers
Schmemann's main point, in my reading of the book, is this: The Eucharist is the entire service, the whole of the Liturgy.
The image of the cross immediately brings to mind that sacrifice. That symbol has been imbued with a power beyond mere words. Likewise the bread and wine of communion have been imbued with power. Jesus said we must eat his flesh and drink his blood.
Open the eyes of our mind
A modern American low church, nondenominational experience seems like a bland saltine cracker compared to the majestic cake of ancient rites and liturgy.
How the Daily Office is Different from a “Quiet Time” http://anglicanpastor.com/how-the-daily-office-is-different-from-a-quiet-time/ — Read on anglicanpastor.com/how-the-daily-office-is-different-from-a-quiet-time/