Our beloved BCP takes us, every morning, right to the heart of the most vital and serious of theological issues.
As the Episcopal Church considers the use of expansive language in liturgical revision, we would do well to remember a few factors.
Our Office lectionary is Catholic and Reformed, it’s flexible, it covers all the essentials, and it’s official for us and good enough for others too.
Cranmer’s Kalendar demonstrates the basic principle that Anglicans are meant to engage Scripture, as far as possible, in its entirety.
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.
Episcopalians have disagreed about many things over the years, but the prayer book has remained a focus of unity.