Staying One, Remaining Open

Staying One, Remaining Open

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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 Goda€™s 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


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