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Websites of Note

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Do look back through previous Websites of Note on this site.

Preachers Institute

“The World’s Premier Online Orthodox Christian Homiletics Resource”
It’s time we learnt to breathe with both lungs.
Preachers Institute

Fr. John A. Peck, a priest of the Orthodox Church in America, founder of the Preachers Institute site is also founder of Good Guys Wear Black, a site for prospective priests and deacons.

Bold Cup of Coffee

Bold Cup of Coffee is a “website and community that is all about healthy and helpful dialogue in a world full of conflict and disagreement.” That – anyone who knows me – is very much my approach.

The Cloud of Unknowing

The Cloud of Unknowing: A Study Guide for Contemplatives has just been recommended to me.
As far as I can see, I will need to go from the oldest date on the Blog Archive down the side.

Lectionary

At the Edge of the Enclosure provides a contemplative entry into the Sunday lectionary (it is TEC based – so Proper 13 = Ordinary 18)
Provoking the Gospel is a site I’ve pointed to recently.

If a site is to be useful in preparing towards the coming Sunday, it needs to have next Sunday’s material up by now.

Modern Literal Version

The Modern Literal Version is an Open Source translation of the Bible (same idea as Open Source software). It doesn’t look like the replacement for my current practice, but the idea is one whose time has come.

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