DEFINING ANGLICAN DOCUMENTS

WORTHY OF REFLECTION

 

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Priestesses In The Church

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A work by C. S. Lewis originally published under the title "Notes on the Way" in Time and Tide, Vol. XXIX (Aug. 14, 1948), it was subsequently reprinted with the above title "Priestesses in the Church" in the posthumous God in the Dock book, published by William B. Erdmanns, Grand Rapids, MI.

 

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Affirmation of St. Louis

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The "Affirmation of St. Louis" is a founding document of the Congress of St. Louis in 1977. It states a resolve "to continue in the Catholic Faith, Apostolic Order, Orthodox Worship, and Evangelical Witness of the traditional Anglican Church, doing all things necessary for the continuance of the same." To this document, and this resolve, the Anglican Province of Christ The King continues to today and always.

 

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Facts regarding the Anglican Church

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Currently the Christian world finds it very difficult to define the Anglican Church. The Anglican Communion has become diluted over these past 30 years or so due to the political correctness of the day, schism, homosexuality and the Ordination of women. Here you will find an ever evolving list of facts for visitors of Holy Comforter to consider and her parishioners to remember.

 

 

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Richard Hooker: Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity

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Richard Hooker (1553-1600) was author of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity and can be said to be one of the greatest of Anglican theologians.  In his writings one can see a careful path between the extremes of Roman Catholicism and Puritanism, with much effort given towards maintaining a fidelity to Scripture and the writings of the Fathers.

Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity can be found Here