The 1979 Book of Common Prayer was not just years in the making, but centuries.
We would do well to listen to converts, hear their stories, and come to a deeper appreciation of the church we have to steward and the gospel we have to share.
The priest shortage is only part of a larger ministry shortage, and the root is a crisis of imagination.
Do we really want to be heard? Or is Church just a table for our friends?
The light shines in the darkness. And the darkness cannot understand it, control it, name it, manipulate it, or master it.
For Luther, there is a beautiful ambiguity, a chicken-and-egg phenomenon, even a tension, in which the Church is ever being created and recreated by its gospel proclamation.
We are engaging a year of immersive Bible reading, filtering Exodus into every corner of our common life.
“The incarnation is God’s self-inculturation in this world.” —The 1989 York Statement, “Down to Earth: Liturgical Inculturation and the Anglican Communion” “Anglicanism can thus be seen as the embrace and ce... Read More...