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Book Review: “Who is My Neighbor? An Anthology in Natural Relations” — The North American Anglican

Who is My Neighbor? An Anthology in Natural Relations . By Thomas Achord & Darrell Dow. Self-published. 584 pages. $24.99. We live in an age where traditional and Christian morality are being eroded. Basic Christian teaching that permeates much of the history of Western Civilization is under attack. It is important when we see this… Book …

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And Who Are Our Betters? A Sticking Point From the 1928 Book of Common Prayer

Most frequent visitors to this site know that I was raised on the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and in general am a fan of same. But it has issues, and a Twitter post pointed out one of them, which comes from the Catechism, in theory given to all those which seek to be confirmed. …

Scottish nationalism is fuelled by resentment — UnHerd

Forget the Hogwarts Express. Three times a year, I get on a train at London Kings Cross and make a physics-defying journey towards Montrose in Angus, the Scottish town where I lived for the first 17 years of my life. 1,418 more words Scottish nationalism is fuelled by resentment — UnHerd Resentment is just about the …

George Conger’s Renunciation

That's probably not how he would characterise his absence from the race to become Episcopal Bishop of Central Florida, but that's what it amounts to: It is ironic that George Conger, a Central Florida rector who attempted to become the Bishop of Springfield is not a candidate. I haven't listened to Anglicans Unscripted in a …

Journeying with The Table

That's what the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis is doing: With thanks for God’s abundance, I am writing to tell you about a sign of new life and growth in our diocese. Over the last year, The Table, an Indianapolis congregation planted in 2015 as part of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), has discerned a …

Horrors! John Wesley had a Prayer Book!

It's Monday morning. Worship pastors and leaders at Pentecostal (especially semi-Charismatic ones) are gathering at their favourite coffee shops (or Chik-fil-a) to celebrate their taking the congregation to the "Throne Room" once again with their Spirit-led worship. No thought of liturgy enters their heads, even though the schedule they followed was down to the second. …

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