Tag Archives: Traditional Anglican Communion

LUTHERAN ORDINARIATE COMING?


This is not a surprise.  As a former Lutheran pastor, much of our seminary training revolved around things Catholic (and where they had gone off the rails). Just as in Anglicanism, there are “high church”, middle church, and low church … Continue reading

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A SOUTH AFRICAN VIEW OF NORTH AMERICAN ANGLICANS


(Judy and Fr. Bruce Kirkpatrick, 3rd Advent, 2012 – St. John The Apostle Anglican Church, Chesterfield TWP., Michigan) Here is a view of our Anglican attempts at orthodoxy within the body of former Episcopalian, Anglican, and other Christians who have … Continue reading

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CHRISTIANS TALKING WITH MUSLIMS


When the two aggressive militantly evangelistic faiths come in contact, the result often is packed with danger. One thing is important to remember in any dialogue with Muslims. It is possible to respect the faith of others, while living out … Continue reading

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