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Hearts of Oak Podcast
The Week According To . . . Caroline Farrow

Hearts of Oak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 67:57


Welcome to our hebdomadal show that looks back over the past seven days. This episode, as we take our first tentative steps into autumn, the greathearted Caroline Farrow returns to talk us through what has captured her attention, piqued her interest or made her blood boil in the news, media and tabloids including... - Black History Month: Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization - 'It is going to be a difficult winter'. PM warns of tough times ahead as energy bills soar from today. - Victory of Christian parents who recently won a five-year legal battle with the DoE that forced the government to review its transgender policies. - Trans charity Mermaids investigated over ‘breast binders given to children' against their parents' wishes. - Virgin Atlantic says it is the world's 'most inclusive airline' with staff being able to wear optional pronoun badges and choose whichever uniform 'best represents them'. - Sussex Police forced to apologise after saying they 'do not tolerate' gender comments about trans paedophile who sexually abused children. - PayPal forced to back down after their assault on Free Speech groups. - The sudden and unexplained rise of Adult Sudden Death Syndrome. In 2010, frustrated by many of the media headlines and negative coverage of Catholicism, Caroline began a blog in defence of Catholic teaching and to reflect on UK current affairs and world events through the lens of a Catholic woman. What began as nothing more than personal musings designed to explain and propose controversial ethics and life issues to those who had struggled with them, or to de-bunk misleading narratives and headlines, soon mushroomed and popular posts would receive more than 30,000 unique visitors a day. Between 2011 and 2017, she was a member of the organisation Catholic Voices, set up to promote the defence of Catholic teaching in the public square and made numerous media interventions on their behalf and quickly became the 'go to' voice for media organisations looking to represent a female conservative Catholic point of view. Since 2013 Caroline has writes a weekly column for the Catholic Universe and has written for and featured in a number of other publications such as the Catholic Herald, the National Catholic Register, the Conservative Woman, Mercatornet, Crisis Magazine, LifeSiteNews and Church Militant. She used to write on Catholic culture at the now defunct Spectator Arts blog and has been featured in the Daily Mail, the Observer and the New Statesman. In 2013, Caroline was included as part of the first cohort of the BBC's '100 women' and she regularly features on BBC News, Sky News, ITV's Good Morning Britain, BBC Sunday Morning Live, the Big Questions and has made multiple appearances on Radio 4's flagship Today programme, Woman's Hour, the Moral Maze and the Sunday programme as well as featuring in one-off documentaries. Caroline also presented the coverage for March for Life UK for EWTN and has contributed to News Nightly and Celtic Connections. She also frequently contributes to Talk Radio, LBC and BBC local radio as well as BBC Radio Ulster, discussing matters pertaining to Catholicism, feminism and the challenges of motherhood and family life. Caroline has an eclectic career background. She began her professional life as a student accountant for a big 5 firm before succumbing to a desire for travel and adventure and became a member of cabin crew working both long and short-haul routes for internationally acclaimed airlines. Having got the travel bug out of her system, she returned to work within investment banking and private equity in the City of London until her first child was born. Caroline is currently the campaign director at CitizenGO, has 5 children of school-age, four girls and one boy and is married to a Catholic priest who converted from Anglicanism, a few years after they were married. Follow and support Caroline on the following links... GETTR: https://gettr.com/user/cf_farrow Twitter: https://twitter.com/CF_Farrow?s=20&t=Je-7QgQaAve5NCKtELcYNg Website: https://www.carolinefarrow.net CitizenGo: https://citizengo.org Recorded 1.10.22 *Special thanks to Bosch Fawstin for recording our intro/outro on this podcast. Check out his art https://theboschfawstinstore.blogspot.com/ and follow him on GETTR https://gettr.com/user/BoschFawstin To sign up for our weekly email, find our social media, podcasts, video, livestreaming platforms and more go to https://heartsofoak.org/ Please like, subscribe & share! Links to stories discussed Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization https://www.supremecourt.gov/about/biographies.aspx 'It is going to be a difficult winter' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11269301/Liz-Truss-warns-tough-times-ahead-energy-bills-soar-house-market-mortgage-deals-stall.html Christian couple who forced the government to review transgender policies https://www.premierchristianity.com/opinion/thank-god-for-this-christian-couple-who-forced-the-government-to-review-its-transgender-policies/13946.article Trans charity Mermaids investigated https://www.theguardian.com/society/2022/sep/30/transgender-charity-mermaids-investigated-breast-binders-given-to-children Virgin Atlantic https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11257795/Virgin-Atlantic-pilots-crew-choose-male-female-uniforms-express-true-identity.html Sussex Police https://www.gbnews.uk/news/sussex-police-apologise-after-saying-they-do-not-tolerate-gender-comments-about-trans-paedophile-who-sexually-abused-children/371478 Sussex Police 2 https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/21230168.crawley-bexhill-child-sex-attacker-jailed/?ref=twtrec Paypal backs down https://gettr.com/post/p1se8c74e34 Adult Sudden Death Syndrome https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11269583/Heartbroken-family-pay-tribute-Guardsman-18-dead-days-walking-Queens-coffin.html

Always Forward Podcast
S6E5 - Looking In At Anglicanism (with J.R. Briggs)

Always Forward Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 54:29


Dan chats with author and leader J.R. Briggs for a fresh perspective on Anglicanism—from the outside looking in—to help us as church planters see more clearly.

AnglicanTV
Anglican Unscripted 761 - Corrupted & Compromised

AnglicanTV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 59:42


 Bishop Ray Sutton denounces Critical Race Theory.https://anglican.ink/2021/06/13/rec-presiding-bishop-denounces-critical-race-theory-and-hyphenated-christianity-in-address-to-the-churchs-general-council/

Church Society podcast
S09E01: Anglicanism

Church Society podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 38:02


Chris Moore and Lee Gatiss discuss what Anglicanism really is and why that matters.

Full Proof Theology
63 - Robert Brewis on Anglican Ecclesiology and Church Reform

Full Proof Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 37:40


Robert Brewis is an ordained minister in the Church of England, currently serving as an Associate vicar in Greater Manchester. He serves on the board of Churchman, an Evangelical Anglican Journal. He is a graduate of Oak Hill College and currently studying at Oxford researching Handley Moule and his theology of the Christian life in relation to Moule's understanding of the trinity, anthropology, union with Christ, justification, sanctification, and the means of grace.Is there hope for the church of England? How are decisions made in the Anglican church?Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavisThe Global Anglican - https://www.churchsociety.org/resources/the-global-anglican/Robert Brewis Sermon - https://youtu.be/CWVMMOmjTwYSupport the show

The Saad Truth with Dr. Saad
My Chat with Fr. Calvin Robinson - On Religion, the Monarchy, and Morality (The Saad Truth with Dr. Saad_454)

The Saad Truth with Dr. Saad

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 48:53


Topics covered include Anglicanism, Lutheranism, Calvinism, morality void of religion, my Jewish heritage, the monarchy, mass immigration and the maintenance of British values, Islam in Britain, grooming gangs, Sir Roger Scruton, wokeism in Britain, and Calvin's disinterest in football (soccer). Calvin's Twitter handle: @calvinrobinson ______________________________________ If you appreciate my work and would like to support it: https://subscribestar.com/the-saad-truth https://patreon.com/GadSaad https://paypal.me/GadSaad _______________________________________ This chat was posted earlier today (September 23, 2022) on my YouTube channel as THE SAAD TRUTH_1457: https://youtu.be/5K0Bv6tLwQw _______________________________________ The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense (paperback edition) was released on October 5, 2021. Order your copy now. https://www.amazon.com/Parasitic-Mind-Infectious-Killing-Common/dp/162157959X/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= https://www.amazon.ca/Parasitic-Mind-Infectious-Killing-Common/dp/162157959X https://www.amazon.co.uk/Parasitic-Mind-Infectious-Killing-Common/dp/162157959X _______________________________________ Please visit my website gadsaad.com, and sign up for alerts. If you appreciate my content, click on the "Support My Work" button. I count on my fans to support my efforts. You can donate via Patreon, PayPal, and/or SubscribeStar. _______________________________________ Dr. Gad Saad is a professor, evolutionary behavioral scientist, and author who pioneered the use of evolutionary psychology in marketing and consumer behavior. In addition to his scientific work, Dr. Saad is a leading public intellectual who often writes and speaks about idea pathogens that are destroying logic, science, reason, and common sense. _______________________________________  

The Classic Anglican Podcast
The Reverend Doctor Nathan White: The Classic Anglican Podcast

The Classic Anglican Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 39:40


In this episode we discuss the Rev. Dr. Nathan White's journey to the Anglican Tradition and explore how God providentially led him to the priesthood. The Rev. Dr. Nathan White is the Associate Dean of the Graduate School for Army Chaplain Corps Professional Development at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and an Army Reserve Chaplain currently serving at the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command. He holds a Ph.D. in Practical Theology from the University of Durham (UK), an M.Div. from Beeson Divinity School, and a B.A. from Wheaton College. His work has been published by Oxford University Press, Routledge, SCM Press, NDU Press, and UNC Press and he has been featured in venues as diverse as Psychology Today and the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps Journal.Anglican Chaplains ETF WebsiteAnglican Chaplains Website (home of the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy)Anglican Church in North America"Order My Steps Lord" by Dr. Nathan White, PhD 

Behold & Become
Episode 112: Episode 112: Confirmation Class - The Apostles' Fellowship: Anglicanism

Behold & Become

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 42:15


This series covers the content of Confirmation/New Members classes which follow the content of the Baptismal Covenant. This episode covers the history and theology of Anglicanism & The Episcopal Church.

Theological Mutts
From Pentecostal Preacher to Anglican Priest w/ Fr. Darryl Fitzwater

Theological Mutts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 5:27


In this clip Fr. Darryl Fitzwater tells us his testimony and why he left Pentecostalism to become an Anglican Priest.Listen to the FULL CONVERSATION AT: 

Theological Mutts
Dialoguing w/ Anglican Priest Fr. Darryl Fitzwater

Theological Mutts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 83:52


We need to be serious about church unity. That is why we sat down to dialogue with Anglican Priest Fr. Darryl Fitzwater (more commonly known as the Appalachian Anglican) to learn more about Anglicanism and put Jesus's prayer in John 17 to action.

Lutheran Answers
Why Anglicanism is bad and wrong, with Cranky Federalist

Lutheran Answers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 75:44


I had a great time this week sitting down with Cranky Fed and discussing why Anglicanism is inferior to Lutheranism. I hope you enjoy as well!LSB Sampler from CPHBook of Common Prayer (1662)Follow @CrankyFed on Twitter!EVER wonder what I use to record all this stuff?Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Record Your Podcast With Riverside! Samson Q2U MicrophoneInnoGear Boom ArmSupport the show

The Anglican Curiosities Podcast
Season 1 | Wrap-up Part 1 | Featuring The Rev. Dr. Jonathan Wong

The Anglican Curiosities Podcast

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 30:35


As we bring Season 1 of the Anglican Curiosities Podcast to a close, we'd like to introduce you to three rectors over two final episodes that are currently living and breathing the concepts discussed throughout each episode this season.  Our first guest rector is The Rev. Dr. Jonathan Wong (MDiv, 2008); regional Dean of Vietnam and priest in charge of The Church of the Good Shepherd – English Congregation in Singapore. In this interview, we asked him about his ministry in Southeast Asia, and how he engages the pillars of Anglicanism in his current context.

Paleo Protestant Pudcast
What Confessional Protestantism Teaches about Christian Nationalism

Paleo Protestant Pudcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 65:25


The Magisterial Reformation was one version of Christian nationalism way before evangelical historians and hysteria prone journalists discovered the sources of support for Donald Trump. Co-hosts, Korey Maas (Lutheran), Miles Smith (Anglican), and D. G. Hart (Presbyterian) discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of Anglican, Lutheran, and Presbyterian hopes for and reliance on civil government. They kick off the discussion in reference to two pieces that describe Christian nationalism in damning terms, one at Mere Orthodoxy and the other at CNN. (Truth be told, even before this, they assess the ties between Anglicanism and North Carolina barbecue.) Listeners may be disappointed not have all questions answered or tidy definitions distributed (always set expectations low), but they may benefit from hearing a perspective that considers the churches' relationship to civil authority going all the way back to Constantine. Recommended readings: Miles Smith has been busy here here here here and here. Korey Maas and D. G. Hart have been reading this and that. This recording's sponsor - don't forget to use the coupon "LexingtonBarbecue."

Holy C of E
Fr Gerald McDermott - Liberalism, Heterodoxy and Orthodox Anglicanism

Holy C of E

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 73:35


Fr Gerald McDermott is former Chair of Anglican Studies at Beeson Divinity School, and a prolific author and theologian working in areas of systematic and historical theology. He is currently developing his magnum opus A History of Redemption  and another work on the fundamentals of Anglican Theology and practice Deep Anglicanism. Fr Gerald is one of the most accomplished and significant theological voices working within the Anglican world today and we hope listeners find much that is of interest and help in his contribution.In this wide-ranging conversation we spoke about about the challenges posed to the contemporary church by liberalism and heterodox thinking: the nature-grace controversy; the fall and historical conceptions of original sin; monism and dualism; universal salvation and eternal damnation; evangelicalism and the role of tradition in the church; and much more besides. Fr Gerald also addressed some of the salient points from his recent online exchanges with Eastern Orthodox theologian David Bentley Hart concerning many of the same issues.Thanks for listening. To get in touch, please send an email to holycofe@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @holycofe1.

The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele
A new Anglican diocese, bishop and church in Australia - with Peter Palmer

The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 21:46


In Australia, there are now two expressions of Anglicanism. The first congregation of the new Diocese of the Southern Cross started at Beenleigh in Brisbane last  Sunday and the Diocese's first bishop Glenn Davies will be appointed on Thursday. Other congregations are expected to join in the next few months. The spilt in the Australian Anglican Church follows the failure of the Bishops of the National Church to support the denomination's traditional teaching that marriage is between a man and woman. It follows similar splits in the United States, Canada, New Zealand and Brazil. Peter Palmer was the minister of St George's Anglican Church in Brisbane until serving under Brisbane Archbishop Phillip Aspinal became untenable. He had served the Bush Church Aid society for 16 years, having been involved in indigenous ministries in Wyndem WA, church and mining ministry in Coober Pedy, SA and FIFO chaplaincy to mines. Now, Peter will pastor the new Southern Cross Anglican Church of Beenleigh and Logan.Peter says his decision to leave the South East Queensland diocese, where he had pastored St George's Beenleigh for six and a half years, was provoked by the national bishops' failure to endorse biblical marriage and Archbishop Aspinall's presidential address at the synod in Brisbane.Archbishop Aspinall's address was described by one of his ministers as ‘hurtful, hypocritical and hateful'.  https://bit.ly/3dAVHuJ#gafaus22 #gafcon22Support the show

The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele
Repentance is what's needed - with former Gafcon General Secretary Peter Jensen

The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 30:44


The Anglican Communion is broken and needs to repent. Provinces of the Anglican Communion are now free to develop their own teaching on sexuality, according to the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. There will be no contending for the faith (cf Jude 1:3) or withdrawing fellowship from the sexually immoral. Archbishop Justin Welby arranged the Lambeth Conference so that delegates didn't get to vote on the most contentious issue of the day - sexuality. Rather he wrote to delegates announcing that Lambeth 1:10 still applied, but there would be no consequences for ignoring it. Former Archbishop of Sydney and former General Secretary of Gafcon Peter Jensen joins us to review the confusion in global Anglicanism in the wake of Lambeth22.Gafcon's letter to the churches: https://bit.ly/3BWUKadCommunique from the Global South: https://bit.ly/3p64FSVMedia Release from the Global South: https://bit.ly/3JUZoYhhttp://www.thepastorsheart.net/podcast/peter-jensen-on-lambeth22Support the show

Full Proof Theology
56 - Clifford Humphrey on Misreading Mere Christianity, Anthropology, and Habit Formation

Full Proof Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 50:12


In this episode, I talk with Dr. Clifford Humphrey on how Christians have misunderstood Mere Christianity. We discuss how most people misread and have misapplied C.S. Lewis's aim in his book Mere Christianity. We dive into theological anthropology and implications for Christian formation and spirituality. We close discussing baptist political theology. Bio from Troy University - “Dr. Humphrey, originally from Warm Springs, Georgia, earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Palm Beach Atlantic University. Following graduation, he spent a few years learning the trade of woodworking in New York City and did a bit of world traveling before attending the Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship at Hillsdale College.After earning his PhD, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Catholic University of America and most recently helped launch Thales College in Raleigh, North Carolina.”Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/chasedavis“Get a Room! On Our Detrimental Misreading of C. S. Lewis's Mere Christianity” - https://adfontesjournal.com/print-edition/get-a-room-on-our-detrimental-misreading-of-c-s-lewiss-mere-christianity/“Liberty for All: A Response” - https://adfontesjournal.com/book-review/liberty-for-all-a-response/NatCon - https://nationalconservatism.org/natcon-3-2022/presenters/clifford-humphrey/https://today.troy.edu/faculty-staff/humphrey-to-lead-troys-institute-for-civic-and-global-leadership/Twitter - https://twitter.com/cphumphrey

Hearts of Oak Podcast
The Week According To . . . Caroline Farrow

Hearts of Oak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 66:18


Great to have Caroline Farrow join us again to give us her honest appraisals on the talking points, news and media from the past week. Under the microscope this episode..... - The tragic case of Archie Battersbee - 10k + Canadian euthanasia killings in 2021 - Covid face masks 'devastating' bird populations - Tory Leadership Race: Is it all over for Rishi? - Loneliness is another cause of strokes and heart attacks say 'experts' - Polls show vaccine deaths outnumber Covid deaths in U.S. households - Alex Jones ordered to pay $45m in damages In 2010, frustrated by many of the media headlines and negative coverage of Catholicism, Caroline began a blog in defence of Catholic teaching and to reflect on UK current affairs and world events through the lens of a Catholic woman. What began as nothing more than personal musings designed to explain and propose controversial ethics and life issues to those who had struggled with them, or to de-bunk misleading narratives and headlines, soon mushroomed and popular posts would receive more than 30,000 unique visitors a day. Between 2011 and 2017, she was a member of the organisation Catholic Voices, set up to promote the defence of Catholic teaching in the public square and made numerous media interventions on their behalf and quickly became the 'go to' voice for media organisations looking to represent a female conservative Catholic point of view. Since 2013 Caroline has writes a weekly column for the Catholic Universe and has written for and featured in a number of other publications such as the Catholic Herald, the National Catholic Register, the Conservative Woman, Mercatornet, Crisis Magazine, LifeSiteNews and Church Militant. She used to write on Catholic culture at the now defunct Spectator Arts blog and has been featured in the Daily Mail, the Observer and the New Statesman. In 2013, Caroline was included as part of the first cohort of the BBC's '100 women' and she regularly features on BBC News, Sky News, ITV's Good Morning Britain, BBC Sunday Morning Live, the Big Questions and has made multiple appearances on Radio 4's flagship Today programme, Woman's Hour, the Moral Maze and the Sunday programme as well as featuring in one-off documentaries. Caroline also presented the coverage for March for Life UK for EWTN and has contributed to News Nightly and Celtic Connections. She also frequently contributes to Talk Radio, LBC and BBC local radio as well as BBC Radio Ulster, discussing matters pertaining to Catholicism, feminism and the challenges of motherhood and family life. Caroline has an eclectic career background. She began her professional life as a student accountant for a big 5 firm before succumbing to a desire for travel and adventure and became a member of cabin crew working both long and short-haul routes for internationally acclaimed airlines. Having got the travel bug out of her system, she returned to work within investment banking and private equity in the City of London until her first child was born. Caroline is currently the campaign director at CitizenGO, has 5 children of school-age, four girls and one boy and is married to a Catholic priest who converted from Anglicanism, a few years after they were married. Follow and support Caroline on the following links... GETTR: https://gettr.com/user/cf_farrow Twitter: https://twitter.com/CF_Farrow?s=20&t=Je-7QgQaAve5NCKtELcYNg Website: https://www.carolinefarrow.net CitizenGo: https://citizengo.org Recorded 6.8.22 *Special thanks to Bosch Fawstin for recording our intro/outro on this podcast. Check out his art https://theboschfawstinstore.blogspot.com/ and follow him on GETTR https://gettr.com/user/BoschFawstin To sign up for our weekly email, find our social media, podcasts, video, livestreaming platforms and more go to https://heartsofoak.org/ https://heartsofoak.org/find-us/ Please like, subscribe & share! Links to stories discussed Archie Battersbee https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/aug/05/archie-battersbee-high-court-rejects-request-die-hospice Archie Battersbee https://twitter.com/DavidAltonHL/status/1555641571927785472?s=20&t=UtyARSoF15DEdgDKL6nm0g Canadian Euthanasia https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/10000-canadian-euthanasia-killings-in-2021 Is it now all over for Rishi? https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11084283/Rishi-Sunak-fire-video-claim-diverted-cash-deprived-cities-Tory-towns.html Face masks 'devastating' bird populations https://www.msn.com/en-gb/travel/news/covid-face-masks-devastating-bird-populations-all-over-the-world/ar-AA10lCX4?pc=U531&cvid=42a811577385487dbcd1804cec3ededf Heart attacks and strokes? loneliness https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11081563/Loneliness-social-isolation-increase-risk-heart-attack-stroke-30.html Vaccine Deaths Outnumber Covid Deaths in U.S. Households https://dailysceptic.org/2022/08/06/vaccine-deaths-outnumber-covid-deaths-in-u-s-households-two-new-polls-confirm/ Alex Jones https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/aug/05/alex-jones-punitive-damages-sandy-hook-family

Iron Sharpens Iron Radio with Chris Arnzen
August 4, 2022 Show with Rev. Ricky McCarl on “An Anglican’s Critical Observations of the Conversion of Beth Moore to Anglicanism”

Iron Sharpens Iron Radio with Chris Arnzen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 119:01


August 4, 2022 Rev. RICKY McCARL, hospice chaplain & Vicar of Good Shepherd Anglican Church of Harrisburg, PA who will address: "An ANGLICAN's CRITICAL OBSERVATIONS of the CONVERSION of RENOWNED SOUTHERN BAPTIST AUTHOR & PUBLIC SPEAKER BETH MOORE to ANGLICANISM (& a General Assessment of Those Who Convert For Erroneous Reasons & in Name Only)" Subscribe: iTunes  TuneIn Android RSS Feed Listen:

Miserable Offenders
Bulwarks of Anglican Belief: The Body of Christ (Ecumenism)

Miserable Offenders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 45:13


The Miserable Offenders embark on a new series prying into the mysterious case of a fractured N. American Anglican church. What would it take for a unified, orthodox Anglicanism to thrive? The second such "bulwark" we address in this episode is that of "ecumenism" or the way that Anglicans relate to other churches. Claims of the Prayer Book upon Protestant Christendom ~ Cummins ACNA College of Bishops Provincial Council: Ecumenical Relations Report Aldersgate Mission Society

The Living Church Podcast
What's Up with Lambeth?

The Living Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 50:24


It's Lambeth Week! The Lambeth Conference is a gathering of bishops every ten years from across the Anglican Communion — though the schedule occasionally gets off track, such as during WWII and the Covid pandemic. They meet for prayer and reflection, fellowship and dialogue on church and world affairs. Why should you, O listener who may not be an Anglican bishop, or even an Anglican, care about the Lambeth Conference? We'll get to that. What has been up since the last Lambeth Conference in the church globally? The last 14 years in the world? Quite a lot. How will church leaders respond to complex questions on issues like Christian teaching on human sexuality and human rights? How will they make room for everyone at the table? Is there safe space to be honest, and how do people who disagree discern the call of the gospel together? How do you reconcile ecclesial tensions and heal old wounds? What do we make of former Abp. Rowan Williams's and Abp. Justin Welby's different approaches to the paradoxes and pressures of Anglicanism, including the rise of the ACNA and GAFCON, and important bishops who boycott the conference altogether? We'll discuss all of these things and more with the Rev. Dr. Andrew Goddard and the Rev. Dr. David Goodhew. Andrew Goddard was on a previous episode discussing the Living in Love and Faith curriculae. He's assistant minister at St James the Less, Pimlico, London; tutor in Christian ethics at Ridley Hall in Cambridge and Westminster Theological Centre; and member of the Church of England Evangelical Council. He published two recent pieces on our Covenant blog on "Lambeth in Retrospect." David Goodhew is a visiting fellow of St. Johns College, Durham University, and vicar at St. Barnabas Church, Middlesbrough, England. He has also been prolific on Covenant lately with four articles: "Lambeth 2022 and African Anglicanism"; "Is the Anglican Communion Growing or Dying? New Data"; "Whither the CofE?"; and "The Episcopal Church in 2050." Read the Windsor Report. Read the Lambeth Calls. Keep up with Lambeth news on livingchurch.org or by following us on Twitter or Facebook. Read our blog, Covenant. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/living-church/support

The Classic Anglican Podcast
The Ethics of Capital Punishment with Canon Marshall MacClellan: The Classic Anglican Podcast

The Classic Anglican Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 77:09


Join us for a robust conversation on the ethics of capital punishment with the Reverend Canon Dr. Marshall MacClellan, Canon Theologian for the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy in the Anglican Church in North America.Anglican Chaplains ETF WebsiteAnglican Chaplains Website (home of the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy)Anglican Church in North America

Catholic Culture Audiobooks
Gerard Manley Hopkins - The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo

Catholic Culture Audiobooks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 6:06


How to keep–is there ány any, is there none such, nowhere known some, bow or brooch or braid or brace, láce, latch or catch or key to keep Back beauty, keep it, beauty, beauty, beauty, . . . from vanishing away? Gerard Manley Hopkins was an English poet and Jesuit priest born on July 28, 1844 (tomorrow would have been his 178th birthday!). A convert from Anglicanism, Hopkins was received into the Church in 1866 by none other than St. John Henry Newman.  Because of his commitment to his religious and priestly vocation, Hopkins resolved never to publish his poems during his life. After his death, however, friends and acquaintances published his surviving work, and Hopkins was quickly recognized as one of the most innovative poets of his century. "The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo"—originally intended as part of a larger, never finished poem about the martyrdom of St. Winifred—was completed in 1882, seven years before Hopkins' untimely death of typhoid fever in 1889, at the age of 44. Hopkins considered it to be the most musical of his poems, and among the most dramatic. Though he struggled with depression throughout his life, Hopkins' last words at his death were, "I am so happy, I am so happy. I loved my life." The mythic Philosopher's Stone was believed to be capable of turning lead into gold. In "The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo", a similar transmutation occurs—the kind of transformation which God's grace alone is capable of accomplishing. Let's pray for the soul of Gerard Manley Hopkins on this anniversary of his birth! Links "The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo" full text: https://hopkinspoetry.com/poem/the-leaden-echo-and-the-golden-echo/ Notable readings of the poem by Sir Alec Guinness and by Richard Burton: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyPnd5zyzI0 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhQwFf6Qb9U Short film and reading of the poem by Margaret Tait: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L080KSBxemg Go to http://www.catholicculture.org/getaudio to register for FREE access to the full archive of audiobooks beyond the most recent 15 episodes. Donate at http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio to support this podcast! Theme music: 2 Part Invention, composed by Mark Christopher Brandt, performed by Thomas Mirus. ©️2019 Heart of the Lion Publishing Co./BMI. All rights reserved.

The Classic Anglican Podcast
Anglican Chaplains in the ACNA with Bishop Derek Jones: The Classic Anglican Podcast

The Classic Anglican Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 30:39


In this episode we talk with Bishop Derek Jones, Bishop Ordinary or the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy (JAFC) for the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). We'll discuss our release from the Church of Nigeria and the future of JAFC as a Jurisdiction in the ACNA. Anglican Church in North America Anglican Chaplains Website (home of the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy)Anglican Chaplains ETF WebsiteAnglicans for Life WebsiteReformed Episcopal Church (REC)   

Reiki from the Farm™
Reiki and Religion - Protestantism with Justine Blizzard

Reiki from the Farm™

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 70:59 Transcription Available


The fourth of a series of interviews around the religions from the World Peace Grids which states:  "May the followers of all religions and spiritual paths work together to create peace among all people on Earth." https://www.reiki.org/world-peace-grid-projectJustine explains the traditions of the Anglican branch of Protestantism, as Pam discusses the United church branch.  And then we share a meditation that celebrates our Religious freedom.Pam's ICRT Classes: https://www.reiki.org/users/pamela-allen-leblanc#classesNewsletter: http://eepurl.com/dFm-19Reiki session:   https://squareup.com/appointments/book/7dvtqlfp939e8g/LPSC51C92BN20/servicesMonthly Reiki share:  http://eepurl.com/hWruP5Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/reikifromthefarm/Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/hiddenbrookfarmReikiHorsesOilsYoutube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5ScR7ObSiPIpgnDkWkiQAemail: pam@reikifromthefarm.comJustine's InformationEarthen Reiki StudioFacebook: facebook.com/earthenreiki Email: earthereiki@gmail.comPhone:  1 506 470 7900 call or textInternational Center for Reiki TrainingSubscribe: Reiki News MagazineThe Reiki Business Book is available from tens of thousands of Retailers, Libraries, Schools, E-commerce companies, book retailers, and wholesalers across North America, the United Kingdom & Europe, Australia & New Zealand.   Order it here:  Amazon.com The Reiki Business Bookor Amazon.ca The Reiki Business Book thank you to Music from Pixabay for the intro musicPam Allen-LeBlanc is a scientist, a businesswoman, and a Licensed Reiki Master Teacher with the International Center for Reiki Training.  She is the author of "The Reiki Business Book" and a co-author of ICRT Animal Reiki training.  Pam teaches Reiki, Animal Reiki, and Animal Communication online and in-person in Canada, the US, Australia

The Catholic Herald Podcast: Merely Catholic with Gavin Ashenden
14: When Faith is Sacrificed to Fashion

The Catholic Herald Podcast: Merely Catholic with Gavin Ashenden

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 41:27


Ann Widdecombe, the former Conservative Cabinet Minister and MEP for the Brexit Party, speaks to fellow Catholic convert Dr Gavin Ashenden, in this 14th episode of the Merely Catholic podcast series for the Catholic Herald about the future of the Church of England to which they both once belonged. Miss Widdecombe says Anglicanism is terminally afflicted by a tendency to imitate the mores of secular society, irrespective of how insufferably and hysterically “woke” such positions might be, leaving the Catholic Church – once considered the home of “Irish navvies and Italian waiters” – as the greatest hope for the survival of Christianity in the UK.

Miserable Offenders
Bulwarks of Anglican Belief: Common Prayer (The 2019 BCP TLE Considered)

Miserable Offenders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 60:11


The Miserable Offenders embark on a new series prying into the mysterious case of a fractured N. American Anglican church. What would it take for a unified, orthodox Anglicanism to thrive? The first such "bulwark" we consider is "Common Prayer" and we use Isaac's recent review of the ACNA's 2019 BCP (Traditional Language Edition) as a launching place for further discussion. Notes: How Classical is It? A Review of The Book of Common Prayer (2019) Traditional Language Edition Common Authority in the Midst of Uncommon Prayer The College of Bishops: Resolution Concerning Prayer Books and Historic Rites

Doth Protest Too Much: A Protestant Historical-Theology Podcast
The Evangelicals of Anglicanism (with Rev. Zac Neubauer of EFAC)

Doth Protest Too Much: A Protestant Historical-Theology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 67:13


Zac Neubauer, President of Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion-USA, joins the podcast again, this time with Andrew and James to talk about some of the leading Evangelicals from Anglicanism's recent past including Charles Simeon (pictured in episode artwork), Charles McIlvaine, and John Stott. We also catch up about EFAC-USA in recent years.  Visit EFAC-USA at https://efac-usa.org/ Zac has been president of EFAC-USA since 2018. He earned his M. Div from Trinity School for Ministry in 2017 and serves as Priest-in-Charge at St. Clement's Episcopal Church in Rancho Cordova, CA.  Shownotes *Zac mentioned the following resources in this episode that are good further reading for history of Evangelicalism in the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion: (Book) Standing in the Whirlwind: Evangelical Episcopalians in Nineteenth-Century America by Diana Butler Bass https://www.amazon.com/Standing-Against-Whirlwind-Episcopalians-Nineteenth-Century/dp/0195085426?scrlybrkr=c3bf1423 (Essay) "The Strange Death of Evangelical Episcopalianism" by Gillis Harp in Anglican and Episcopal History, Vol. 74, No. 2 p. 180-206 *Andrew mentioned the book Christ in Conflict by John Stott: https://www.ivpress.com/christ-in-conflict Additionally, we recommend the following books about Charles Simeon: Charles Simeon by HCG Moule (Methuen, 1892- now published by Christian Focus Publications) Charles Simeon of Cambridge by Hugh Evan Hopkins (Hodder, 1977- now published by Wipf & Stock, USA)

Catechized
7.5 What is a Sacrament?

Catechized

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 45:12


Start of the Show - 00:00WSC Question 92 discussion - 05:02History of the Week - 20:56Heresy of the Week - 38:39Questions with the Catechumens - 34:48Send questions to: catechized@gmail.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/catechizedpodTwitter: https://twitter.com/catechizedpodWebsite: catechized.org

Sentientism
120: "The Politics of Love" - Writer Philip McKibbin - Sentientism

Sentientism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 84:58


Philip is a writer from Aotearoa New Zealand, of Pākehā (NZ European) & Māori (Ngāi Tahu) descent. He is a PhD candidate at the Uni of Sydney, affiliated with the Sydney Environment Institute. He holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy from The Uni of Auckland & diplomas in te reo Māori (the Māori language) from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Philip has written for publications such as the Guardian, Newsroom, & Takahē. His book, Love Notes: for a Politics of Love, is published by Lantern Books. In 2018, he co-organised 'The Politics of Love: A Conference' at All Souls College, Oxford. Philip was also kaiwhakatipu (editor) of He Ika Haehae Kupenga. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what's real?” & “what matters?” Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." The video of our conversation is here on YouTube. We discuss: 00:00 Welcome 01:54 Philip's Intro - Writing on animals, Maori issues & "The Politics of Love" 03:10 What's Real? - Neither parent very religious so grew up agnostic? - Anglican Christian high school - Sermons talked more about love than god - Confirmed at 14 yrs... "ridiculous... what do 14 yr olds know?" - "A lot of the metaphysical background was smuggled in" - Anglicanism to comparative religion to philosophy - Turning from metaphysical to normative/ethics/politics - "The final nature of reality is unknowable to us & we just have to proceed on our senses" - Albert Camus - The risk of being distracted by esoteric philosophical questions... instead "We need to be engaged in work that tried to bring about a better world in the light of obvious suffering" - "I do believe there is something transcendent that is true... spiritual... love" - "Communing with the spiritual... but through a critical filter" - "Prophets of love... Martin Luther King Jr & Te Whiti O Rongomai" - God, purpose, meaning, spirit, love... "Our attempts to name it... project our own interpretations on to it... prevent us from fully understanding..." - Ethical risks from religious or spiritual epistemologies (unchallengeable, unknowable, incommunicable, obedience, higher purposes, constrained/conditional compassion) - Old, new testaments, "what would the next step be?... Something like love?... a more mature ethical outlook." - Is something missing from a purely naturalistic ethics? "Not necessarily... we should & can find reasons for acting in a loving way independently from this spirituality I have described." 26:30 What Matters? - "I understand ethics in relation to love & relationship" - Constructing & affirming the morality we want to see in the world - "We are living in an absurd world... we need to determine & assert our own values... try to act lovingly" ...and much more. Full show notes at Sentientism.info. Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings.” More at Sentientism.info. Join our "I'm a Sentientist" wall via this simple form. Everyone, Sentientist or not, is welcome in our groups. The biggest so far is here on FaceBook. Come join us there! Thanks Graham.

Paleo Protestant Pudcast
Boys of Summer

Paleo Protestant Pudcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 57:32


Too much for any single podcast to cover, but the regulars, co-hosts, Korey Maas (Lutheran), Miles Smith (Anglican), and D. G. Hart (Presbyterian) give it their best college try. The topic that was supposed to drive this conversation was the annual meeting of synods and general assemblies. But because Presbyterians are much better organized (some call it anal) than Anglicans and Lutherans, the confessional Protestants only had the Christian Reformed Church Synod, and the General Assemblies of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and the Presbyterian Church in America to discuss, though Dr. Smith did bring up a convention of his ACNA Synod. What kicked off the episode was the LCMS President's statement on abortion, which might have seemed surprising to those who assume two-kingdom theology means silence about public affairs. The co-hosts also had a few brief words about Anglicanism, Lutheranism, and Presbyterianism in Canada and the challenges of communions ministering across national borders. A new feature with this episode was recommendations for reflection about confessional Protestantism. Miles Smith wrote a piece on theonomy that is especially relevant for American Presbyterians but that also applies to any Protestant communion where Christendom still has some appeal. Korey Maas also recommended a piece by Jake Meador about Christendom in relation to the current predicament of religion and American politics after Roe v. Wade. And D. G. Hart recommended the fraternal address from the United Reformed Churches to the OPC by Pastor Brian Lee, about to be published in the July issue of the Nicotine Theological Journal. Somewhat outside the box, but of relevance for thinking about membership and belonging to the church (whichever one that's relevant), was a discussion between Glenn Loury and Nikita Petrov about national and racial identity and the degree to which members of groups and nations benefit from but also bear responsibility for the larger body of rulers, bad actors, and members. This recording may be best consumed while waiting for the coals in the grill to turn orange.

Catholic Answers Live
#10710 Ask a Priest - Fr. Paul Check

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022


Questions Covered: 02:15 – I'm protestant, I grew up thinking Catholic symbolism was idol worship. Where did we go wrong in that thinking? 10:10 – Is God both merciful and just? How does this manifest itself on the cross? 17:00 – Is the idea that Anglicanism is not valid an indefinite teaching in the Catholic Church? 22:06 – Both cremation and communion in the hand became permissible in the 1960's. A. What’s the most proper way of disposing of a body? B. When and why did communion in the hand become universal? 30:01 – Why isn't the Church using extraordinary ministers of holy communion or deacons to go give communion at hospitals? 32:09 – If Jesus is all merciful and we should be like him, should we be imprisoning murderers and thieves? 37:52 – What is the Church's stance on the Old Catholic Church? 44:15 – What is the significance of doing a pilgrimage? What is the best way to prepare for one? 47:56 – Is it ok for Catholics to cross-dress in situations like theater or cosplay? What’s the best way to respond to the pro-abortion reply that Catholics are pro-life because it was started in a time of misogyny? 52:43 – Jesus said, “Let the dead bury the dead.” Did he mean physically or spiritually? …

Meet Me At The Table
Everyone Has A Story - Christopher Eaker

Meet Me At The Table

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 31:22


The "Everyone Has A Story" shorts are 15 to 30 minute discussions with someone in the community who has a story to tell about their life with the church. Christopher Eaker was raised in a Southern Baptist church where he felt pressure to conform to a certain standard. When he became an adult, he grappled with the faith he grew up in. He did not like how the church presented itself as some kind of spectacle. For years, Christopher and his wife attended a house church with no more than 20-30 people. Christopher talks about why they left both the house and Anglican church, what started his deconstructing journey, and about becoming a Spiritual Director. Christopher ends with great remarks to the church. You can find this on regular podcast sites by searching Meet Me At The Table and we are on most social media platforms. http://meetmeatthetable.show Feel free to reach out to us on ANY of those platforms to talk, discuss, or even be a guest! If you can't find us there, you can email us at MeetMeAtTheTablePodcast@gmail.com Lastly, help us to reach those that need this in their life. Wherever you listen or watch, please like and promote as much as you feel comfortable with. We appreciate it and look forward to hearing from you! Links from our discussion: https://www.steppingstoneslife.com/ https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/2621892.Jon_Zens https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/138445.Wayne_Jacobsen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglicanism

Creedal Catholic
E112 Anglicanism, Predestination, Movies, and more w/Fr. Bonaventure Chapman, OP

Creedal Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 55:45


Today on the show, Fr. Bonaventure Chapman joins me for a spirited discussion about our shared Anglican backgrounds, conversion to Catholicism, joining the Dominican order, the sovereignty of God, and film. He'll be back for more, I hope--so write in your questions for next time! zac@creedalpodcast.com

The C4SO Podcast
Andy Pelander: Bringing a Church Into Anglicanism

The C4SO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 42:03


The Rev. Andy Pelander planted All Souls in the very secular context of Seattle in 2009, and only recently brought the church into Anglicanism and C4SO. We talk about the opportunities and challenges of planting in a significantly secular context, the process of discerning and bringing All Souls into C4SO, and what he is hoping [...]

Miserable Offenders
A Most Irrelevant Cantuar

Miserable Offenders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 48:21


It's time for another dose of miserable offense and this time we're discussing a recent story involving Justin Welby, several GAFCON bishops, and the issues of leadership in global Anglicanism today. Below are links to several of the articles we discuss: Primates of Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda respond to March 2022 primates' communique Letter to the Archbishops of Rwanda, Uganda and Nigeria from the Archbishop of Canterbury African archbishops chide Welby for virtue-signaling and with condoning ‘evil by hiding behind endless prayer and discussion' PROCLAIMING FROM THE ROOFTOPS: AN INTERVIEW WITH CALVIN ROBINSON WHO ADMITS TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION?

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour
0659 - Literally or Figuratively His Body and Blood?

The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:29


Matthew 26 and 27   Thanks to everyone who supports TMBH at patreon.com/thetmbhpodcast You're the reason we can all do this together! Discuss the episode here Music written and performed by Jeff Foote.

Sunday
The Church of England and slavery; Ukrainian military chaplains; Should the Lords Spiritual be scrapped?

Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 43:43


Should the Lords Spiritual be scrapped? Currently 26 bishops sit in the Lords. But it's been reported that some cabinet ministers want that to end after the Church of England criticised the government's plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda. We debate the issues with the former attorney general Dominic Grieve - a practising Anglican and former Conservative MP - and Dr Jonathan Chaplin from the Divinity Faculty at the University of Cambridge. In Ukraine, the focus of the fighting has shifted to the Donbas region, but it is as fierce as ever. A senior government official has told the BBC that Ukraine is losing between one and two hundred troops every day. Military chaplain Father Sergiy Berezhnoy, a Ukrainian Orthodox priest and a chaplain to the 42nd Battalion of Defenders of Kyiv tells Edward how Ukrainian soldiers are bearing up in the latest battle. The Archbishop of Canterbury has apologised after research showed the Church of England's investment fund has links to the slave trade. Justin Welby said he is 'deeply sorry' for the links. But are apologies enough? We speak to Robert Beckford, Professor of Climate and Social Justice at the University of Winchester, who's recently been to Barbados to explore the legacy of the link between Anglicanism and slavery. As devoted yogis prepare to mark International Yoga Day, we speak to Heather Mason from the Yoga in Healthcare Alliance, which trains people to use yoga to prevent health conditions and we ask the Indian cultural minister for the UK, Amish Tripathi, how he feels about yoga being detached from its spiritual roots. Plus an Anglican church leader in Rwanda responds to his English counterparts' attack on the UK Government's new asylum policy. Presented by Edward Stourton Produced by Rebecca Maxted and Julia Paul Editor: Helen Grady

The Political Animals
Anglicanism: A House Divided, with The Rt Rev Prof Stephen Pickard

The Political Animals

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 116:00


In this episode, Jonathan tackles Anglicanism with recently retired Anglican bishop and theologian Stephen Pickard. They explore Anglicanism's long struggle with unity, through the prism of history, ecclesiology, theology, Scripture and the pressures, tumult and anxieties of contemporary secular culture, in relation to both the national church in Australia and the Anglican communion globally. The Rt Rev Prof Stephen Pickard has served as an Assistant Bishop in the Anglican dioceses of Adelaide and Canberra-Goulburn and held many positions in the church and academy, including director of St Mark's National Theological Centre and Executive Director of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture at Charles Sturt University. The Political Animals is hosted by Dr Jonathan Cole, an academic, writer, speaker and translator specialising in political theology: the intersection of religion and politics. Jonathan was a senior terrorism analyst at Australian intelligence agency the Office of National Assessments where he worked on Islamist terrorism and the global jihadist movement. He is the author of Christian Political Theology in an Age of Discontent: Mediating Scripture, Doctrine, and Political Reality. You can follow Jonathan and the show on Twitter and Facebook.

The Classic Anglican Podcast
Bishop John Jewel with Archdeacon Andrew Brashier: The Classic Anglican Podcast

The Classic Anglican Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 36:40


In this episode of the Classic Anglican Podcast, Archdeacon Andrew Brashier talks about the influence of Bishop John Jewel on Anglicanism and two treatises of Jewel's on the sacraments soon to be republished. Apology of the Church of England, by John Jewel Anglican Chaplains ETF WebsiteAnglican Chaplains Website (home of the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy)

The Classic Anglican Podcast
Anglican Professional Developement with Archdeacon Kelly O'Lear: The Classic Anglican Podcast

The Classic Anglican Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 35:32


In this episode of the Classic Anglican Podcast, Archdeacon Kelly O'Lear, Associate Dean for Formation at Nashotah House Theological Seminary talks with us about advances in Anglican professional development opportunities including a new Anglican Studies program centered on training for the diaconate.  Nashotah House Theological SeminaryArchdeacon Kelly O'LearAnglican Chaplains ETF WebsiteAnglican Chaplains Website (home of the Jurisdiction of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy)

Monday Musings: Culture and Theology
Christian Clubs: Anglicanism

Monday Musings: Culture and Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 27:34


In this podcast, Justin and Daniel continue their discussion about Christian denominations by talking about Anglicanism. Show Notes: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/trevin-wax/quick-guide-christian-denominations/

The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order
TMR 282 : Following Christ in the New Old Normal (with Rev Phill Sacre & Julian Charles)

The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 67:33


We are joined once again by Rev Phill Sacre—an ordained minister in the Church of England and host of the YouTube channel "Sacred Musings"—for an unstructured and thought-provoking conversation on the subject: "Following Christ in the New Old Normal". Many are saying "it's all over." We can "just move on." Put it all behind us and get back to the "Old Normal." But is any of that wise, or true? Can we really be confident—after two years of mass manipulation, grotesque profiteering and technocractic power grab—that the darkness we witnessed, just months ago, is really "all over"? And would it be right simply to "move on" and forget the lessons of the Covid Era? Indeed, why would we want to relive the exact Old Normal anyway? Join us as we discuss what it might mean to follow Christ in the "New Old Normal" and how we might live out and encourage "awakeness" rather than "sleep" in the church and beyond. [For show notes please visit https://themindrenewed.com]

The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order
TMR 282 : Following Christ in the New Old Normal (with Rev Phill Sacre & Julian Charles)

The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 67:33


We are joined once again by Rev Phill Sacre—an ordained minister in the Church of England and host of the YouTube channel "Sacred Musings"—for an unstructured and thought-provoking conversation on the subject: "Following Christ in the New Old Normal". Many are saying "it's all over." We can "just move on." Put it all behind us and get back to the "Old Normal." But is any of that wise, or true? Can we really be confident—after two years of mass manipulation, grotesque profiteering and technocractic power grab—that the darkness we witnessed, just months ago, is really "all over"? And would it be right simply to "move on" and forget the lessons of the Covid Era? Indeed, why would we want to relive the exact Old Normal anyway? Join us as we discuss what it might mean to follow Christ in the "New Old Normal" and how we might live out and encourage "awakeness" rather than "sleep" in the church and beyond. [For show notes please visit https://themindrenewed.com]

AnglicanTV
Anglican Unscripted 733 - Watching the Church Die

AnglicanTV

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 47:48


Hoax Church Episode with Gavin Ashenden https://youtu.be/1WZjKBLpJZw

Welsh History Podcast
Episode 166 The World Turned Upside Down

Welsh History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 24:44


Anglicanism and the end of Monastic tradition in Wales. You can find everything we do at DistractionsMedia.com You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Get some Welsh History Podcast Merch at teepublic.com/stores/welsh-history-podcast Music: Celtic Impulse - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100297Artist: http://incompetech.com

Zootown Podcast
#44 Journey to Anglicanism with Father Harman Thomas

Zootown Podcast

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 105:37


Pastor Scott sits down with Father Harman Thomas on the deck of Bayern Brewing to talk about Harman's journey to becoming an Anglican priest in Missoula, MT. They also discuss different theological views, yet being comfortable with mystery and okay with saying “I don't know.” Harman believes the main point is that Jesus wins, and in the end, it's not about having all your theological ducks in a row…it's “Do you have a living and vibrant faith with the King of the Kingdom?”