/October 1996 Articles

NOBIS NO PLACET

Francis Gardom explains why he is calling for a day of prayer and fasting on November 16 Let us imagine that it is the year 2017. I am a crusty octogenarian in a wheelchair. I am still, hopefully, a thorn [...]

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THE RELIGIOUS LIFE NOW

by a Rempstone Sister MONKS, NUNS and friars, sisters and brothers have been around in the Church of England for well over a hundred years. All the same whole areas of the Church remain oblivious of their existence. “Have we [...]

2017-06-03T23:07:11+00:00 October 1996 Articles|

TONGUED WITH FIRE

In the third of his articles on "The Ladder of Divine Ascent" Douglas Dale speaks of the divine liturgy as the heart of the call to holiness "THINE OWN OF THINE OWN, for all and through all we offer thee, [...]

2017-06-03T23:06:36+00:00 October 1996 Articles|

BIBLICAL EXPOSITION

The vital importance of bad news It has been said that all heresy begins with a mistaken doctrine of sin, and although the subject remains unpopular, unfashionable and politically incorrect, it is vital to face up to the subject... which [...]

2017-06-03T23:06:02+00:00 October 1996 Articles|

IN SEARCH OF APOSTOLICITY

Mark Burkill takes an evangelical look at Apostolicae Curae WHEN OUR FAMILY goes on holiday, a question which troubles us greatly is that of which church we should attend on a Sunday. I have to confess that several unfortunate experiences [...]

2017-06-03T23:02:45+00:00 October 1996 Articles|

Comment October 1996

THE PROBLEM with Vox populi vox Dei, the recently adopted doctrinal principle of the churches of the Anglican Communion is that it obliges God to frequent changes of mind. When the Governing Body of the Church in Wales rejected the [...]

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