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A Message from the President of the Prayer Book Society USA

As we progress into Advent and prepare for the feast of the Lord’s Nativity, we have good and important news to report to you about the Society’s work and the Prayer Book’s continuing vitality. “Rite One” Texts have been preserved in TECAt last summer’s General Convention, a proposal for comprehensive revision of the 1979 Prayer Book was defeated, in favor of permitting new experimental rites while preserving the 1979 book. While we have significant reservations…

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Latest article updates

Articles continue to be posted regularly the to Anglican Way online website. To make sure you receive them direct to your inbox please sign up using this link https://anglicanway.org/contact-us/ where you can sign up either as an individual as a parish. Recent articles have included Ten Reasons to be Anglican / Episcopal https://anglicanway.org/2018/11/27/ten-reasons-to-be-anglican-episcopal-part-i/ A Reflection for Thanksgiving:  Just how Turkish was your Turkey?  https://anglicanway.org/2018/11/23/how-turkish-was-your-turkey-and-how-does-you-turkey-connect-to-the-prayer-book/ A Response to ACNA’s Proposed 2019 Prayer Book * (PART I) a review…

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The Anglican Way, Print Edition for the Fall 2018

The Society is pleased to be able to release the online version of the Anglian Way Print Edition for the Fall 2018, featuring   “The Articles of  Religion, Part III,’ The Revd. Gavin G. Dunbar “Beyond Imagination: The True Meaning of Creation”, Dr. Paul Julienne ‘Is the Prayer Book an Evangelistic Liturgy?” The Revd. Gavin G. Dunbar “Justification by Faith in Anglican History” Bishop FitzSimons Allison “A Response to ACNA’s Proposed Prayer Book 2019” Drew…

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The latest Anglican e-Way….

Justification by Faith in Anglican History Bishop Fitzsimmons Allison writes ... …We can change our minds 6 times before breakfast but changing our hearts (metakardia) is a matter of God’s enthrallment. That is why true repentance and justification are symbiotic. …The righteousness,wherewith we shall be clothed in the world to come, is both perfect and inherent. That whereby we are justified is perfect, but not inherent. That whereby we are sanctified, inherent, but not perfect." ...Richard…

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Anglican e-Way of September 9th

Is the Prayer Book Evangelistic ?  Can a church that uses one of the classical Prayer Books (England 1662, USA 1928, Canada 1962) fulfill the Great Commission to “make disciples of all nations”? By the Rev. Gavin Dunbar It is a mark of our time that many Anglican and Episcopalian Christians would answer these questions in the negative. The Prayer Book may be good for some things – but not evangelism. So runs the current…

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