I will answer all questions on Anglicanism / Episcopalianism
25 years experience as a Theologian
Community of Christ Religious society of Friends (Quakers)
Bachelor of Religious Studies, Ph.D.; D.D.
Anglicanism / Episcopalianism is the quintessential 'middle-of-the-road' Christianity that (at its best) tries to meet the needs of God's people by being their servant.
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David, May the Wise Lord bless you greatly! Many people ask about the unpardonable sin and perhaps the simplest answer to the question "have I committed it?" is the following. If you had committed the
Dear James, This will differ from parish to parish. Some will try to match the colors of the flowers to the colors of the seasons others will not. I append a link to a site which has the colors of the
Robert, What you see as a problem, I see as a blessing. The very variety of worship styles allows a person to find a home, a place where they are a valued member of the community. But take a close look
Dear Robert, This has always been one of the problems with Anglicanism. Please allow me to quote from a site called " Being Anglican." " . . . <u>the Anglican church has no unique set of beliefs
Dear Patricia, Mostly no. Some 'high' Anglican parishes will do memorial masses for the departed but most Anglican / Episcopalian churches will not. You can ask that the rector include prayers for the