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An Anglican podcast with conversations on history, doctrine, and values.

    FH35: Illness, Mortality and Counsel in the Liturgy

    FH35: Illness, Mortality and Counsel in the Liturgy

    On this episode, Fr. Bart and Fr. Eric talk with Fr. Jonathan Kell about the theology of illness. Fr. Jonathan has been studying the works of Jean-Claude Larchet, which grants insight into pastoral counsel, particularly to those in the sickbed. We discuss the Offices for the Sick in the Prayer Book, how to think about illness, what use sickness and ... Read More

    • 54 min
    FH34: What is a Deaconess?

    FH34: What is a Deaconess?

    One of the most interesting -- and misunderstood -- aspects of the ancient Church is the office of the Deaconess. Obscured in the contentious polemics surrounding women's ordination, the office of the Deaconess has been largely forgotten. And yet it is an apostolic office, found in the Sacred Scriptures (the same passages used by advocates of women's ordination). We know ... Read More

    • 54 min
    FH33: The Liturgical Destruction in the 1960s

    FH33: The Liturgical Destruction in the 1960s

    Following up on our episode of the 1979 Prayer Book revision and its apocalyptic consequences, we have a talk about the liturgical climate in the 1960s, especially as seen through the eyes of a traditionalist, W. H. Auden. A deeply committed and traditional Anglican, and one of the most famous poets of the 20th century, Auden has left us eyewitness ... Read More

    • 39 min
    FH32: On Being Reformed – Debates Over a Theological Identity

    FH32: On Being Reformed – Debates Over a Theological Identity

    An important recent book, On Being Reformed: Debates over a Theological Identity (2018), has engaged prominent theologians on the question of the Reformed theological identity, and whether it is possible (any more) to formulate a coherent identity behind the term. Thinkers like Darryl G. Hart and R. Scott Clark have sought to recapture the term Reformed, using documents such as ... Read More

    • 46 min
    FH31: The Meaning of Lent

    FH31: The Meaning of Lent

    On this episode, we discuss the point of observing Lent. We live in a time where observing Lent is typically seen as a mere denominational marker, when it is in fact a very ancient, even biblical practice. And yet so many American Christians don't only fail to undertake Lenten disciplines, but any fasting or ascetical practice whatsoever. We not only ... Read More

    • 40 min
    FH30: The 1979 Corruption of the US Prayerbook

    FH30: The 1979 Corruption of the US Prayerbook

    The 1979 revision of the Prayerbook was one of the pivotal moments in the history of the Episcopal Church. The whole prior history of the Anglican liturgical tradition was thrown out, and replaced with an ad hoc, reconstructed, 'archeological' work that came to be known as the 1979 "Prayerbook". All this took place simultaneously with the demolition of other cornerstone ... Read More

    • 50 min

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