Tag Archives: Incarnation

Jesus Wants You to Eat Him

As someone who likes to eat–and someone who has developed stomach problems over the¬†years which limit¬†what I can eat–I find it fascinating the way in which both the fall of man and our salvation are wrapped up in eating. Mysterious … Continue reading

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Praying Twice: Love Came Down at Christmas

Christmas carols are lovely, but so often they just roll right over me. The words to many of the carols found in the Hymnal 1982 are wonderful, but they are associated for me with childhood memories, bits of forgotten television … Continue reading

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Either the Saints Are Alive or Jesus is Dead

I have written before on the controversy in early Anglicanism about the interpretation of Article XXII and its ban on the invocation of the saints. To be sure, classical Anglicanism sought to distance itself from the folk practices of saint … Continue reading

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