To honor the deanship of his predecessor, Martha J. Horne, Ian S. Markham, dean of Virginia Theological Seminary, challenged his faculty colleagues to reflect on living with a divided mind, where learning and living go hand in hand with diversity, division, protracted discussions, and lasting disagreements. Faculty members discuss Godas mission for the Church as it worships and finds its life in prayer; and as it opens the Bible and finds not one voice but many as it interprets and preaches the Holy Scriptures of the Christian Church. These are the reflections of a community, which works to remain one and to remain open.Will We See the End of Common Prayer? Robert W. Prichard ttending a worship service in an unfamiliar Episcopal congregationa particularly an urban onea in the early twenty-first century can be an experience that would tax even ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Staying One, Remaining Open|
|Author||:||James Barney Hawkins, IV|
|Publisher||:||Church Publishing, Inc. - 2010-02-01|