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Discussing theology, culture, and the church while drawing from classical Anglican sources

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.6 • 37 Ratings

Discussing theology, culture, and the church while drawing from classical Anglican sources

    St Dunstan's Academy: An Interview with Fr Mark Perkins

    St Dunstan's Academy: An Interview with Fr Mark Perkins

    Andrew and Isaac interview Fr Mark Perkins about a new Anglican boy's boarding school in Virginia.



    Read Fr Eric PArker's article about St Dunstan's Academy here.

    Visit the St Dunstan's Academy website.

    More information on Christian Halls here.

    • 55 min
    Talking Anglican Seminaries

    Talking Anglican Seminaries

    Andrew and Isaac answer a listener's question regarding theological and ministerial education in the Anglican Church.

    • 55 min
    Anglican Family Prayer and Catechism

    Anglican Family Prayer and Catechism

    Today we're answering a listener question on how to do traditional Anglican prayers as a family.

    "One of the dirty little secrets of Anglican family prayer and catechism is that none of us thinks we're doing all that we should be doing." ~Fr. Isaac Rehberg

     Notes:


    A Faith for Generations: A Family Prayer Guide in the Anglican Tradition
    "Little Gidding"
    The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
    Catechesis Books
    Parents as Pastors by Fr Charles Erlandson
    1928 BCP "Offices of Instruction"
    1928 BCP "A Catechism"
    Anglican Catechesis Podcast
    The Anglican Household as a "Protestant Monastery"

    • 48 min
    Responding to Gillis Harp on Confessional Anglicanism

    Responding to Gillis Harp on Confessional Anglicanism

    This week the virtual studio is FULL with all three Miserable Offenders present to discuss a recent article by Gillis Harp appearing at The Gospel Coalition. Dr. Harp urges Anglicans to stay true to their confessions, and while we all agreed with this premise we had plenty to discuss regarding Harp's particular way of applying it.

    Harp article: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/anglican-confessional-heritage/

    Lovell article: https://northamanglican.com/toward-a-confessional-anglicanism/

    P.S. Jesse mistakenly suggested that Gillis Harp is an ordained priest in the ACNA but that doesn't seem to be true.

    Support this ministry: The North American Anglican

    • 54 min
    Observing a 'True' Sabbath: Lambeth 1888 Resolution 6

    Observing a 'True' Sabbath: Lambeth 1888 Resolution 6

    Andrew and Isaac discuss the Sabbatarian themes in Lambeth 1888 Resolution 6.



    Support this ministry: The North American Anglican

    • 37 min
    "On the Road" with Andrew Brashier

    "On the Road" with Andrew Brashier

    In this episode Jesse was able to catch Andrew on the road, driving his car to a meeting of the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy. We took the opportunity afforded by the miles and the road to unpack Andrew's spiritual journey with Christ into the Anglican ministry.

    Reach out to us!

    Andrew: Andrew.Brashier@Anglicanchaplains.org

    Jesse: editor@northamanglican.com

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    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

LeJacque ,

Great Resource!

Great content! Thank you for introducing me to so many interesting authors, thinkers, and concepts!

My only complaint is the background noise. Are you all having these conversations in a pub with a roaring fire in the background, or have these sounds been added for effect?

enochobus ,

Good

Really enjoy the content, but epsiodes are released very inconsistently. I realize life happends and interruptions occur, but sometimes months go by before a new episode come out.

raidersky ,

Bad speech grammer

I am a life long Angelican and was excited to come across your Podcast, especially the episode on "What is Anglicanism. I started to listen intentenly and to learn because I just started a seminary class on Anglicanism. That's where the excitement ended. You, Jess Nigro and your co-host seem to have a lot of good knowledge to dispence to the listener but you, Jess, have never taken a speech class. You and your co-host need to listen to your own speech and terrible grammer as you talk. Every few words are punctuate with lots and lots of "uhmn....lots oa "a".. and lots of "and uhmn a" on every other sentence. Listening to it is like running your fingernails down a chalkboard. Your Angelician knowledge is overshadowed by your terrible grammer. Oh well, my first impression is telling me to unsubscribe from your Podcast. I'll go back to listening to Arch Bishop Foley Beech, whom you gentlemen could learn a lot from, concerning putting a quality Podcast together.

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