Much of our prayer is already an exercise in translation. We seem to forget in our liturgical debates that even the Scriptures and the Creeds were not revealed to us in English.
Our simplest words can become idols.
It’s important for Episcopalians to be aware of developments in the ACNA, especially as we contemplate the possibilities of comprehensive liturgical revision in our church.
Have Christians every believed God is an old man in the sky? And do we need to revise our liturgy because of this?
A path to liturgical revision has been struck, but revision to the BCP is not occurring.
After Convention, argument continues on what resolution A068 has done.
The 1979 Book of Common Prayer was not just years in the making, but centuries.
The primate intends that special-interest groups should rest and that each rubric of the Book of Common Prayer should be followed precisely for 24 months.