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Sydney undermines catholicism

Sydney’s Anglican diocesan synod has affirmed that deacons may preside at the eucharist. Sydney Anglicans, unsatisfied with being as protestant/neo-puritan as possible within Anglicanism’s wide spectrum, have decided to continue to be hell-bent to destroy catholicism. Without changing any legislation, they have used Orwellian newspeak to affirm that deacons may preside at the eucharist under

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Sacramental Life – book review

Sacramental Life: Spiritual Formation Through the Book of Common Prayer (Paperback) by David A. DeSilva IVP Books (288 pages) Professor David deSilva is Trustees’ Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary in Ashland, Ohio. He is the author of over fifteen books. Ashland Theological Seminary is part of Ashland University. It

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Evolution at election time

Americans today head to the polls to choose between Barack Obama and John McCain, and my own country also gears up for an election on Saturday (the dynamics of our MMP system make this more complex than a two-horse race – but either Helen Clark or John Key will end up being Prime Minister). Many

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Richard Hooker

Richard Hooker (March 1554 – 3 November 1600) clearly articulated a via media (middle way) eschewing Roman additions and puritan, protestant subtractions. His strongly eirenic position and methodology is as relevant today as four centuries ago. In response to the catch-cry sola scriptura (the Bible alone – the absolute sufficiency of scripture), Hooker highlighted the

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Eight new Eucharistic Prayers

Eight new Eucharistic Prayers/Great Thanksgiving Prayers have been added to this website: Alternative Great Thanksgiving A alternative to Thanksgiving of the People of God Alternative Great Thanksgiving B alternative to Celebrating the Grace of God Alternative Great Thanksgiving C alternative to Thanksgiving for Creation and Redemption Alternative Great Thanksgiving D alternative to Thanksgiving and Praise

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