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New Role for me

sac·ris·tan

ˈsakrəstən/

noun

noun: sacristan; plural noun: sacristans; noun: sacrist; plural noun: sacrists

1. a person in charge of a sacristy and its contents.

sac·ris·ty

ˈsakrəstē/

noun

1 a room in a church where a priest prepares for a service, and where vestments and other things used in worship are kept.

 

Seems appropriate for a guy who names his website Amateur Anglican.

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A Tale of Two Kingdoms by Michael Horton

There is no better time to refresh our memories about the “two kingdoms” doctrine than at election time in the United States, when American Protestantism often seems divided more by …
— Read on www.ligonier.org/learn/articles/tale-two-kingdoms/

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Why Anglican?

I know I’ve written about the “Amateur” portion of my blog in “Why Amateur?”(see link above). But, why Anglican? is also a valid question. So indeed, why am I an Anglican? Please remember that it is just a room off the main hall of Christianity (please google CS Lewis for what that means, if you don’t know).

This does take as an assumption that I am a Christian. Or, maybe better: Am I a Christian? No, Continue reading

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