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

QUICUNQUE VULT WHOSOEVER will be saved: before all things it is necessary that he hold the Catholic Faith. Which Faith except every one do keep whole and undefiled: without doubt he shall perish everlastingly. And the Catholic Faith is this: That we worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity; Neither confounding the Persons:…

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…

One of my favorite of the ancient hymns is the Latin hymn “Pange, Lingua, Gloriosi Praelium” by 6th/7th century poet and hymnodist Venatius Fortunatus. In the medieval Western tradition, this hymn was usually sung at Matins and Lauds between Passion Sunday and Maundy Thursday, inclusive. The 1940 Hymnal that we use at All Saints contains…

In which we discuss Articles XXI and XXII of the 39 Articles of Religion, including the authority of “general councils,” and various points in which the Reformers and the Roman Catholic Church disagreed. Week 1: Articles 1-3 Week 2: Articles 4-6 Week 3: Articles 7-8 Week 4: Articles 9-15 Week 5: Articles 15-16 Week 6:…

In which we discuss Predestination and Election as described in the 39 Articles of Religion Week 1: Articles 1-3 Week 2: Articles 4-6 Week 3: Articles 7-8 Week 4: Articles 9-15 Week 5: Articles 15-16

Text: Ephesians 1:1-14 For the last few months, you’ve heard me talk about this season of Trinitytide as a time that focuses on our growth and sanctification in Christ. Two years ago, as I was driving the bishop to the airport on the day he installed me to be your rector, he recommended I preach…

  In which we begin a discussion of the “Doctrines of Grace” from the Anglican perspective: Original Sin, Free Will, Justification by Faith, Good Works, Works of Supererogation, Good Works before Justification, and Christ’s sinlessness. Week 1:  Articles 1-3 Week 2: Articles 4-6 Week 3: Articles 7-8

  In which we discuss Christ’s Resurrection, the Holy Ghost, and the Canon of Scripture. Week 1

We begin a new series today, looking at the 39 Articles of Religion. Today’s lesson discussed the history of the Articles, and Discussed Articles 1-3, Concerning the Holy Trinity, Of the Word or Son of God, and of Christ’s Descent into Hell.

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