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FAITH OF OUR FATHERS

Et homo factus est FROM THE VERY EARLIEST translations of the Creed into the English language, the mystery of the Incarnation has been expressed in a rather puzzling way, even if our long familiarity with the words has reduced our [...]

THE WORD OF GOD WRITTEN

Andrew Cousland offers some patristic reflections on the use of scripture WHILE IT HAS BEEN reported in more than one recent article in New Directions that the use of Holy Scripture has been undermined or under attack from liberal opponents [...]

BIBLICAL EXPOSITION

A Church Opposed: Part 2 (Rev. 13:1–14:5) ‘KNOW YOUR ENEMY’ is a good adage, and here John gives Christians an important insight into the enemy they face. The imagery of vv 1-2 is startling, yet OT readers will recognize the [...]

LETTER FROM AUSTRALIA

Antipodean Futures READERS OF "The Panther and the Hind", Aidan Nicholls' outline history of the Church of England, will be familiar with the notion of Anglicanism as a political coalition of at least three different religions which is now rapidly [...]

LETTER FROM AMERICA

Small Change from Lambeth by David Mills LAMBETH HAVING ENDED when it did, almost everyone went on vacation afterward and thus very little has happened since. Which, in general, is good news. The readings of Lambeth's effects on the Episcopal [...]

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