According to the American 1928 Book of Common Prayer, the 1940 Hymnal, and the St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter Opening Hymn: #1 “Come, thou Long-expected Jesus” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 4, BCP Venite w/Advent Antiphon (Page 8, BCP; Page 324, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 119:1-16 (Page 489, BCP; Page 171, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Isaiah…

  We discuss the Eucharistic Lectionary, its development and use, both in the historic 1-year form and the modern 3-year form. Week 1: History and a Bird’s-Eye View Week 2: Morning Prayer Week 3: Evening Prayer, Family Prayer, and the Great Litany Week 4: Holy Communion and Regula

Opening Hymn: #301 “Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalm 16 (Page 357, BCP; Page 15, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Isaiah 57:13b-19 1st Canticle: Te Deum (Page 10, BCP; Page 351, Psalter) 2nd Lesson: Romans 6:3-11 (Page 197, BCP) 2nd…

  In the final class on our series on the relationship between Israel and the Church and between the Old and New Testaments, we look at some specific passages from Scripture and from the Articles to tie our content together.   Week 1: Introduction Week 2: Two Points of View Week 3: Development of Worship…

We continue our discussion of the relationship between Israel and the Church and between the Old and New Testaments with contrasting the way the Fathers approached Scripture with the way Dispensationalism approaches Scripture, and how that affects their respective understandings of the relationship between Israel and the Church Week 1: Introduction

We begin our Christian Education series on the relationship between Israel and the Church and between the Old and New Testaments, “Continuity and Covenant.” This week Fr. Isaac shares his background in the Messianic Movement and gives a brief introduction to ways of approaching Scripture from perspectives of Continuity and Discontinuity. Below are the video…

We continue our study of Judges with the famous story of Deborah, Barak, Sisera, and Jael. Week 1: Background, Introduction, and Conquest Week 2: Idolatry and Conquest Week 3: Oops, they did it Again Week 4: Protection Money Hat tip for the title to Anne Kennedy’s snarky devotional

In which we discuss the story of Ehud from Judges 3. Week 1: Background, Introduction, and Conquest Week 2: Idolatry and Conquest Week 3: Oops, they did it Again

We continue our study in Judges discussing the pattern of fall and redemption in Judges, and God’s use of those things as a way of teaching the Israelites. Week 1: Background, Introduction, and Conquest Week 2: Idolatry and Conquest

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