We discuss the messy and often confusing Rite of Confirmation, including its history, the differences between East and West, Classical Anglican approaches, and some modern developments. Drew Keane’s Essay mentioned in the class: https://northamanglican.com/confirmation-in-classical-anglicanism/ Week 1: History and a Bird’s-Eye View Week 2: Morning Prayer Week 3: Evening Prayer, Family Prayer, and the Great Litany Week…

  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

We continue our discussion of the relationship between Israel and the Church and between Old and New Testaments with a discussion of Christian Antisemitism, some issues related to the modern State of Israel, and the modern “Hebrew Roots” movements within Christianity.   Week 1: Introduction Week 2: Two Points of View Week 3: Development of…

  We continue our class on the relationship between Israel and the Church and between the Old and New Testaments with an overview of the various sects, schools, and parties of Judaism in the time of the New Testament Week 1: Introduction Week 2: Two Points of View Week 3: Development of Worship

  We continue our series on the relationship between Israel and the Church and between the Old and New Testaments with a discussion of OT worship, the Synagogue System, and how it evolves into the Church’s worship.   Week 1: Introduction Week 2: Two Perspectives

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

Texts: Matthew 20:1-16, 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 Today is Septuagesima Sunday, the beginning of the traditional “pre-Lent” season. If your background is in the Anglican/Episcopal or Roman Catholic circles whose liturgies came after Vatican II, you may be scratching your head at these “gesima” Sundays. After all, folks are pretty familiar with the penitential season of…

Reviewed by John Mack, Seminarian This is one of the most important books I have read since I began seminary. It is a slim book, but in it Dom Nault makes a weighty claim: the most insidious moral evil which afflicts us in the technologically overdeveloped world is the “noonday devil”, acedia. Acedia is a…

  Today is the Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple, also known as the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also known as Candlemas. Yes, we have three names for today’s feast, each of which emphasizes a different aspect of our celebration, all based in some way on our…

In which we discussed the events commemorated on the Feast of the Epiphany: The Visitation of the Wise Men, and Prophecies concerning the Messiah being a light to the nations. Week 1: The Virgin Birth and the Annunciation Week 2: The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to St. Elizabeth Week 3: The Nativity and…

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